A rare Michael Jordan rookie card was among the items stolen from a memorabilia shop, and everything was caught on camera.
Per TMZ Sports, the Chicago-based shop was burglarized late last month when police said a “male suspect removed metal bars from the business and broke in through a back window.”
The store’s owner, Ronnie Holloway, released video of the theft and told TMZ the Jordan card that was stolen is worth $25,000. In addition to the Jordan card, Holloway noted the suspect also took rare cards featuring Babe Ruth, Larry Bird, Jackie Robinson and Walter Payton.
“These are high-end cards,” Holloway said. “Trying to replace it is gonna be hard—vintage cards can’t be replaced.”
Holloway has offered a $10,000 reward for “an arrest or conviction of this person.”
Jordan spent the first 13 seasons of his NBA career with the Chicago Bulls. He led the franchise to six NBA titles in an eight-season span from 1990-91 to to 1997-98.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.