Mal M. Moore athletic facility

The Mal M. Moore Athletic Facility at the University of Alabama (image via Google Maps). 

After a burglary at the University of Alabama last week, four students enrolled at a rival SEC school have been arrested. 

The students at Mississippi State University are accused of breaking into the Mal Moore Athletic Facility on April and stealing memorabilia, according to a report from TuscaloosaNews.com

The students were identified as Samuel Tanner Fittes, 21; John Thomas Badley, 20; Joel Harper Hudnall, 20; and Joshua Jordan, 21. All four are Mississippi natives.

It remains unclear what was allegedly stolen, but court records indicate video footage shows the students breaking in before stealing "various items," the report said. 

The facility is the home building for the Alabama football program, according to the school's site, and also houses senior administrative offices for the athletic department. 

The football locker room, player lounge, equipment room, meeting rooms, recruiting room and media room are all located in the facility. The second floor also has "The Hall of Champions," which includes cases that house Alabama's national championship and SEC championship trophies, as well as other memorabilia, including Mark Ingram's 2009 Heisman Trophy.  

For the full report from Tuscaloosa News, click here.