HAMBURG, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane is under police investigation over something that may have happened at his home last weekend.

Hamburg Police Chief Gregory Wickett on Friday did not elaborate on the investigation, alluding to an “incident that allegedly occurred” at the player’s offseason home in suburban Buffalo. Police are still gathering information and awaiting forensic tests, he said.

Wickett made a brief statement outside police headquarters and declined to take questions. He would not say if police have spoken with Kane or if the former Conn Smythe Trophy winner is cooperating. He said there will be no further comment.

Word of the investigation surfaced Thursday, prompting responses from the NHL, Blackhawks and Kane’s agent, Pat Brisson. The investigation began Sunday night, when several plainclothes officers searched the grounds around and inside Kane’s offseason Hamburg home, which overlooks Lake Erie. The 26-year-old Kane is from Buffalo and his family still lives in town.

Buffalo lawyer Paul Cambria, who has represented Kane in the past, declined comment in a text to The Associated Press on Friday.

The investigation comes after Chicago won its third Stanley Cup in six seasons. Kane was scheduled to enjoy his time with the Cup, and tour it around Buffalo on Saturday. Kane’s whereabouts are unknown, and it’s unclear if he will still host the Cup.

The front gates of Kane’s home were closed Friday morning.

The Blackhawks said in a statement Thursday it was “aware of the matter” and gathering information. The club said it would be “inappropriate” to comment further. The NHL added that it, too, was “aware of a police investigation” and “following developments.”

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