Bo Jackson, Cam Newton jerseys stolen from Jordan-Hare Stadium
Three Auburn students stole thousands of dollars of memorabilia from Jordan-Hare Stadium, including gear worn by Cam Newton and Bo Jackson.
Jerseys and helmets worn by Bo Jackson and Cam Newton were among the memorabilia items stolen from the Jordan-Hare Stadium locker room last week. Auburn Police announced Friday that three men have been arrested in connection with the theft of 20 items, valued at $16,826.
The three men, all Auburn students, have been charged with third-degree burglary and first-degree theft of property.
OANow.com has a full list of the items taken. When you see that the grab includes normal Under Armour sweat bands the heist seems less calculated.
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
Auburn Police are still investigating how the intruder's entered the building, which was shut down. Auburn will hold its annual spring football game, A-Day, on April 19 in Jordan-Hare Stadium.
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