Johnny Manziel uniform stolen from Texas A&M’s museum

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Years after quarterback Johnny Manziel stole the hearts of the entire fan base at Texas A&M’s Kyle Stadium, someone has now stolen a replica of one of the uniforms he used to wear.

According to the Bryan College-Station Eagle, university police are looking for a suspect who entered the Hall of Champions at Kyle Field on Aug. 26 and took the entire replica uniform off a mannequin.

According to the story, the full uniform is worth $925 and police are actively looking for a specific individual at this time. While the suspect pictured is wearing the school’s athletic gear, Texas A&M’s athletic department confirmed he isn’t aa student-athlete with the program.

While Manziel’s time in the NFL was short, he was a star at Texas A&M from 2012-’13 with 63 passing touchdowns and 30 rushing touchdowns in two seasons.