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By: Kirsten West Savali, Your Black World
Bryant Toala, 22, had collected over 30 pairs of Air Jordans and had them securely hidden in his home in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Or so he thought.
Toala reported that thieves had broken into his home, snatched the sneakers, along with electronics and baseball hats. The total loss was over $20,000.
“I was [upset]. All that hard work to get them, getting in all those lines.”
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department confirmed that the burglars entered the premises through a window, but have not identified a suspect.
Ten pair of the shoes were the much sought after Air Jordan 11 Retro Concords. The shoes have been the cause of vandalism, fights and arson around the country since they were re-released in December.