A UPS employee in Secaucus, NJ has been charged with stealing sneakers from the company's local facility.
NJ.com reports that 41-year-old Halif Bryant was arrested last Thursday and charged with theft after police say he stole three pairs of sneakers with a total value of $1,160. The brand of sneakers were not disclosed, but based on the information available, the average price of each pair would fall around $387.
Unfortunately, this is not the first report of sneaker theft at package delivery companies. In November 2015, Michigan residents reported issues of UPS driver swiping shoes, and there were several complaints of FedEx drivers allegedly stealing Yeezys last year—one was even said to have been caught on camera in the act.