Trailer Robbery at Nike’s Memphis Facility Reportedly Amounts to $800,000 in Unreleased Jordans and More

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Nike‘s Memphis facility was targeted and robbed on September 6, with 20 trailers ransacked.

According to Memphis Police Department, the trailers amounted to $800,000 worth of product. Though it’s unconfirmed what exactly was taken, a lot of Jordan Brand’s upcoming Fall/Winter and Holiday releases were gathered from the heist — including the Air Jordan 11 “Cherry,” Air Jordan 4 “Midnight Navy,” Air Jordan 4 WMNS “Canyon Purple,” Air Jordan 6 “Chrome,” and more.

Fox 13 Memphis reports that both yard fences were damaged. Nike’s surveillance cameras are only located in the front resulting in no activity of the robbery being captured, according to the Memphis Police Department.  

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