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MS State students accused of breaking into University of Alabama, stealing memorabilia

Joel Hudnall; Students accused of stealing memorabilia from University of Alabama; Source: WVUA Joel Hudnall; Students accused of stealing memorabilia from University of Alabama; Source: WVUA
John Badley Students accused of stealing memorabilia from University of Alabama; Source: WVUA John Badley Students accused of stealing memorabilia from University of Alabama; Source: WVUA
Josh Jordan; Students accused of stealing memorabilia from University of Alabama; Source: WVUA Josh Jordan; Students accused of stealing memorabilia from University of Alabama; Source: WVUA
Samuel Fittes Students accused of stealing memorabilia from University of Alabama; Source: WVUA Samuel Fittes Students accused of stealing memorabilia from University of Alabama; Source: WVUA
JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

According to WCBI, several Mississippi State students are accused of breaking into an athletic building at the University of Alabama and stealing memorabilia.

The burglary happened at the Mal Moore Athletic Complex on April 4th.

WCBI reports that Samuel Tanner Fittes of Columbus, John Thomas Badley of Laurel, Joel Harper Hudnall and Joshua Jordan of Starkville have all been charged. The four men were allegedly caught on surveillance video.

All four suspects were arrested and released on Monday with a bond set at $7,500 each.

WCBI says that a University of Alabama spokesperson was unavailable late this afternoon for comment.

MSU Chief Communications Officer Sid Salter says, in part, Mississippi State University does not condone this activity. MSU will monitor the legal process as it unfolds. The university is cooperating with investigators in the case.

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