Three Auburn students are in custody after breaking into the Auburn football locker room at Jordan-Hare Stadium and stealing thousands of dollars worth of equipment and memorabilia, including jerseys and helmets belonging to Bo Jackson and Cam Newton.
The robbery occurred on March 22 and Auburn Police said John D. Williams, 19, Nicholas J. Calvin, 18, and Zachary S. Keeler, 18 turned themselves in on Wednesday. The trio still had all of the more than $16,000 worth of equipment in their possession. The three men were charged with third-degree burglary and first-degree theft of property.
Here’s a list of the item that were taken courtesy of oanow.com:
White No. 34 Bo Jackson jersey - $2,500
Bo Jackson helmet, orange facemask - $2,500
Bo Jackson game football - $2,500
White No. 2 Cam Newton jersey - $2,500
Cam Newton BCS helmet - $2,500
2010 National Championship Game football - $2,500
Schutt helmet - $425
Shoulder pads - $325
Blue No. 1 jersey - $300
Blue No. 81 jersey - $300
Football cleats, white - $145
Football pants - $110
Pair of wide receiver gloves, orange - $41
Pair of wide receiver gloves, white - $41
Under Armour girdle - $50
Under Armour compression shirt, blue - $40
Pair of Under Armour wristbands, orange - $20
Pair of socks - $15
Under Armour wristband, orange - $10
Laundry loop - $4
It’s a good thing the thieves didn’t forget the laundry loop.
The police said Friday they were still investigating how the trio got into Jordan-Hare, which was locked.
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