A jersey signed by Corridor of Famer Michael Jordan for Kelsey Schiel – a lady who was severely sick and battling an undisclosed uncommon illness within the 1990s – was allegedly stolen from her grandfather’s residence in Wisconsin, in response to the Star Tribune’s Paul Walsh.

The No. 45 Chicago Bulls jersey was signed by the NBA legend in 1995 for Schiel in a gathering organised by the Starlight Youngsters’s Basis at Jordan’s Chicago restaurant.

Schiel’s mom, Suzanne Valleau-Schiel, mentioned their grandfather’s residence was burned in a hearth on Oct. 11, however when a member of the family returned to the home on Nov. 2 they found two males who admitted they had been looting the property. The 2 suspects then allegedly drove off with a rubbish can full of things, with the jersey presumably in tow.

One of many two suspects has already been arrested, Walsh reviews, although the jersey has but to be recovered.