Police: $2,000 worth of custom shoes and other orthotics stolen from U-M center
Police are investigating the theft of more than $2,000 worth of custom-made items from the University of Michigan Orthotics and Prosthetics Center.
U-M police said a $109 pair of shoes, a $250 pair of shoe inserts and a $1,980 "ankle-foot orthosis" have been reported stolen over the past two months for a combined value of $2,339.
One of the items was believed to have been taken from the center, located at 2850 South Industrial Highway, between June 8 and 27. The second item disappeared between June 14 and July 3, and the third item between June 25 and July 9, according to a U-M police crime summary.
There were no signs of forced entry. Police do not have any suspects at this time, but continue to investigate.