David Zabriskie’s Salt Lake City home was completely ransacked by thieves as the Garmin-Slipstream rider was taking part in the Tour of California last week.

The thieves made off with tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of electrical equipment, cars, bikes and even Zabriskie’s clothing. In addition, the burglars took irreplaceable Olympic and mementoes and race trophies.

Zabriskie left a message on his Twitter page announcing the break-in on Tuesday: “My house was broken into while at TOC. They took everything, a lot of bikes, cars, and you name it they got it.”

Zabriskie’s mother, Sheree Hammick, discovered that her son’s house had been burgled on Monday. Hammick told news agency AP that she had gone to check on the property whilst her son was away to find the garage empty and the house ransacked.

Salt Lake City Police have issued a list of some of the most valuable missing items:

* Black 2008 Subaru Outback, Utah plate A189NC

* Black 2006 Toyota Scion, Utah plate 094VWM

* Giro d’Italia race medal

* Olympic Seiko watch

* Beijing Olympic ring (silver) with initials “DZ” engraved ($4,000)

* Olympic Time Trial Bike, plus 12 other bikes (combined value of $100,000)

* Cervelo (black/red) bike frame – team issued ($5,000)

* Tag Heuer watch ($6,000)

* Bose Speaker/Receiver System ($15,000)

* Sony 52″ flat screen TV ($4,000)

* Two Mac Books and one Mac desktop, plus hard drive ($8,000)

* A pair of Space legs, a recovery compression system for legs ($5,000)

* Seven Marvel sideshow statues ($11,000)

In all, police estimate $250,000 worth of items were taken.

Zabriskie finished second behind Levi Leipheimer (Astana) in the Tour of California on Sunday.