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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (CBS) — A group of Penn State students are facing vandalism charges after a menorah was damaged on campus. The menorah was on the lawn of the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity house.

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The religious symbol was damaged just before Hanukkah in late November.

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Soon after, three students were charged with misdemeanor theft and criminal mischief.

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State College police said Thursday that three more students are also facing charges for their roles in this incident.