Former NFL coach Jeff Fisher wants help finding the thief who stole his credit card in Utah

Los Angeles Rams head coach Jeff Fisher gestures after the Rams defeated the Seattle Seahawks in an NFL football game at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Jae Hong)

Jeff Fisher, who coached the Tennessee Titans to the Super Bowl, asked Twitter followers on Wednesday to help police in Cedar City find the people who burglarized his pickup truck.

The burglar, or burglars, also broke into the truck of Fisher’s son, the elder Fisher said on Twitter. The son, Brandon Fisher, is the defensive coordinator for Southern Utah University’s football team.

Fisher’s tweet said the burglar stole credit cards from the truck and then used them. Fisher and Cedar City police have shared what appears to be surveillance camera stills taken from a store.

A Facebook post from Cedar City police showed both a man and woman who appeared to be purchasing items. The post also displayed a white Chevy or GMC extended cab pickup truck with a white topper over the bed.

Anyone with information can call Cedar City police at 435-586-2956 and reference case number C19-01503.

Fisher took over the then-Houston Oilers in 1995. The franchise later moved to Nashville and became the Titans. Fisher parted with the Titans in January 2011.

He was part of another mobile franchise when he took over the then-St. Louis Rams in 2012. The team moved to Los Angeles. Fisher was fired in December 2016.