26 pairs of Muskegon cheerleader shoes stolen

Detectives are investigating the theft of cheerleading equipment from the Muskegon High School just days before the cheer season begins. The thief stole the equipment from the coach's sport utility vehicle sometime Monday night or early Tuesday morning on Peck Street. The missing equipment includes 26 new pairs of Nike shoes. The coach said they cost $42 a pair - and the cheerleaders had not yet paid for the shoes, so the coach said she may be stuck with the bill.
WZZM-TV
Aug 25, 2011

“Being a Big Red is about strength and perseverance,” Muskegon varsity cheer coach Lis Smith said. “I am not going to let this get me down and neither are the kids.”

Smith said she hopes the person responsible returns the items to the school or police right away.

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