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Monday, January 16, 2012

air jordan shoe collection stolen

air jordan shoe collection stolen
air jordan shoe collection stolen.Thieves have run off with a $10,000 haul of limited edition Air Jordan trainers after a raid on a home in North Carolina.
Thirty pairs, all in pristine condition and in their original boxes, were taken during the break-in.
Owner Bryant Toala, who had amassed the shoes since school, told police that his collection had been taken from their hiding place at his Mapleridge Drive home in Charlotte.

Sought-after: The Air Jordan III Retro (reissue) shoes currently fetch $180 a paid, the 30 pairs stolen in Charlotte, North Carolina, totalled $10,000

The 22-year-old revealed that thieves also took a set of baseball hats that matched the trainers as well as a further ten pairs of Nike shoes and electronics.
The entire haul is estimated to be worth $22,000.
Toala said: 'I was (upset). All that hard work to get them, getting in all those lines.'
The family dog, a large pit-bull boxer cross, had been placed in the garage while Toala's father was at work.

A spokesman for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department confirmed the theft but said that they had not identified a suspect.
They also stated that the burglars had entered the property by a window.
A re-release by Nike of Air Jordan XI late last year sparked a US-wide shopping frenzy which led to fights, vandalism and arrests as desperate shoppers scrambled to buy the limited edition shoes.

Owner Bryant Toala, who had amassed the shoes since school, told police that his collection had been taken from their hiding place at his Mapleridge Drive home in Charlotte.
The 22-year-old revealed that thieves also took a set of baseball hats that matched the trainers as well as a further ten pairs of Nike shoes and electronics.
The entire haul is estimated to be worth $22,000.
Toala said: 'I was (upset). All that hard work to get them, getting in all those lines.'
The family dog, a large pit-bull boxer cross, had been placed in the garage while Toala's father was at work.

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