In most cases, Nike tells customers to "just do it." However, when it comes to stealing the brand's merchandise, the company might advise otherwise.
On Saturday, Los Angeles Police Department detectives, Nike officials and other investigators found "thousands of pairs of stolen Nike shoes, clothing, accessories, and unique prototypes" at a Hawthorne warehouse, according to an LAPD statement.
In total, the value of the merchandise was $5 million.
The discovery came after police executed search warrants in Hollywood and Hawthorne in connection with suspected retail crimes, the LAPD said. The warehouse was targeted, police say, after a suspect in the case was allegedly seen delivering stolen Nike products there.
Police named Roy Lee Harvey Jr., 37, as the suspect, accusing him of "receiving, redistributing, and reselling a high dollar amount of stolen property."
Harvey, of Memphis, Tenn., was booked shortly after midnight Sunday, and his bail was set at $0, according to police logs.
The Los Angeles Superior Court has adopted a policy eliminating money bail for those accused of nonviolent crimes.
This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.