The shot-stopper was in goal for the 2-0 defeat at the Stadio Dall’Ara on Monday evening.
According to Mediagol, burglars took advantage of the situation and broke into his home in Bologna during the match.
Once he returned home, the Poland international called the police and they arrived to spark the investigation.
It’s reported that thieves got away with items including personal effects, jewellery and luxury watches worth €50,000.
This is only the latest in a long line of recent incidents where players have seen their homes broken into while they were taking part in matches.
Among others, Inter midfielders Stefano Sensi and Arturo Vidal, Juventus man Paulo Dybala, Genoa goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu and Sampdoria player Albin Ekdal were targeted over the last few months alone, all while their absence was guaranteed due to fixtures.
Bologna, Skorupski derubato mentre giocava contro il Napoli: bottino da 50mila euro https://t.co/n8TO7F5JqR
— Mediagol Palermo (@Mediagol) January 20, 2022