Man Steals 800 Pairs of Nikes From Factory Store

To fund his drug habit.

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A man from Oregon named Kevin Torain Millage just admitted to stealing more than 800 pairs of shoes on several occasions from the Nike Factory Store in Portland. The four separate occasions between March and May of this year saw Millage accrue thousands of U.S. dollars worth of goods.

Millage already racked up an illustrious criminal record with 23 felonies, 22 misdemeanors and 21 probation violations. The robbery was said to fund his drug habit. No details have been revealed as to what products were stolen and how, but it goes to show that sneaker robbery is still a thing.

In other Nike news, the Air Max 97 is set to re-release in its OG “Neon” colorway.

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