Manziel uniform stolen from Texas A&M museum

Texas A&M College police mentioned Thursday that they’re investigating the theft of a Johnny Manziel uniform from Kyle Discipline.

The division posted a discover to Twitter on Thursday asking for the general public’s help in figuring out an individual of curiosity “allegedly concerned within the theft of the Johnny Manziel soccer uniform” from the Corridor of Champions, the stadium’s 30,000-square foot museum that hosts occasions and incorporates notable artifacts from the college’s athletic historical past.


Lower than two hours after alerting the general public, the division mentioned the individual of curiosity had been recognized.

The model displaying Johnny Manziel’s No. 2 uniform was faraway from the Corridor of Champions at Kyle Discipline after police mentioned it was stolen Aug. 26. Parks Wilson


In line with the Bryan-Faculty Station Eagle, police mentioned a person entered the Corridor of Champions on the night of Aug. 26 and undressed a model that sported Manziel’s uniform and took it. Police mentioned it did not seem he compelled his approach into the constructing.

Although the person within the photograph was carrying Texas A&M athletic gear, an athletic division spokesman confirmed to ESPN that he’s not a student-athlete on the college.

The Manziel uniform was valued at $925, police mentioned.

Manziel had a record-setting two-year profession at Texas A&M, the place he grew to become the primary freshman in school soccer historical past to win the Heisman Trophy. He went 22nd total within the 2014 NFL draft however lasted solely two seasons with the Cleveland Browns earlier than being launched. He has appeared within the Canadian Soccer League and the shortly lived Alliance of American Soccer since.