Alabama assistant coach Karl Dunbar had his playbook stolen before the Crimson Tide played Georgia in the College Football Playoff championship game

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Atlanta police say a playbook belonging to Alabama defensive line coach Karl Dunbar was stolen just two days before the Crimson Tide played Georgia in the College Football Playoff National Championships Game Presented by AT&T.

According to an incident report obtained by ESPN, the theft occured at the Marriott Marquis. An unidentified suspect wearing jeans, a T-shirt and a baseball cap was caught on video.

Dunbar told a police officer he left his backpack containing the playbook in a defensive line meeting room at 12:45 p.m. ET and when he returned both the backpack and two of his cellphones were gone. Dunbar reported that his game day notebook, wallet, iPad, passport, sunglasses, reading glasses and $1,320 were inside his bag.

Security was able to find some of Dunbar’s items, police said, in a restroom on the third floor of the hotel.

Alabama beat Georgia, 26-23, in overtime late Monday night to win its fifth national championship under coach Nick Saban.



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