A Maryland man was sentenced to 12 years in prison for his role in a home invasion and armed robbery after being identified by Air Jordan prints left at the scene.
WTOP reports that in June, 24-year-old Devonte Dixon was convicted for the attack, which took place last November. Police say that Dixon kicked in a woman's apartment door and punched her in the face, demanding money while she held her young daughter.
The victim later noticed Dixon's picture on Facebook, and Montgomery County police were later able to match a print left at her apartment with Dixon's Air Jordan 5s.
Prosecutors had pushed for 15 years, but a 12-year sentence was ultimately handed down.
A similar case happened last summer, when a Kansas man was charged with attempted murder and the footprints of his Nike sneakers were used as evidence.