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Theft at Missouri football game leads to 3 arrests

COLUMBIA | Three Fulton teens have been arrested in the year-old theft of four bags of parking money collected during a Missouri football game.

Eighteen-year-old Michael Davis has been released from the Boone County Jail after posting $4,500 bond.

The other two suspects have not been identified because they were 16 in October 2007 when the money was stolen from a vehicle during the Missouri vs. Nebraska game. The boys have since turned 17.

The police department at the University of Missouri-Columbia said it took the teens into custody Tuesday on suspicion of felony stealing. The arrest came after the Callaway County Sheriff's Department received new information about the theft of the bags containing between $10,000 and $15,000 in cash.

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