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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -
There's no question college sports fans can be a little wacky when it comes to supporting their team.
In fact, sometimes they can even cross the line and break the law.
The alleged thief is seen wearing a camouflage T-shirt, but that didn't help him hide from the surveillance camera.
He's a heavy set man with a beard, shorts and sandals seen gobbling up some merchandise June 20 at the Cracker Barrel restaurant on Drake Avenue.
You can see several shots of the man as he worked his way around the gift area, grabbing University of Alabama hats, shirts and necklaces.
Police said he didn't have a bag to put them in, so he eventually stole one of those too.
According to police, he stole over $1200 worth of Alabama merchandise.
Unlike Bama's top-ranked football team, this guy's destined to lose this particular game.
However, you stand to be a big winner financially if you know who he is.
You have three ways to cash in.
Or click on Crime Stoppers, then the Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers link to see how to text or e-mail a tip.
With all three, you'll remain anonymous and be eligible for up to a thousand dollars in reward money.