Bulls news: Scottie Pippen has more than $50K stolen from his farm
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Scottie Pippen has more than $50K stolen from his farm

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Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen is looking for his missing farm equipment. According to a report by the Associated Press via ESPN, Pippen has recently been a victim of theft, as two of his tractors were stolen by still unknown individuals from his farm in Hamburg, Arkansas.

Authorities in rural Arkansas are investigating the theft of more than $50,000 worth of equipment from a farm owned by former NBA star Scottie Pippen.

Investigator Mark Griever of the Ashley County Sheriff’s Office said two tractors were stolen from the farm in Hamburg, about 110 miles southeast of Little Rock.

Scottie Pippen and his brother own the farm in Hamburg. Pippen was born in Hamburg and played four years wearing University of Central Arkansas colors during college.

According to a separate report from Rachel Herzog of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Pippen’s family is willing to pay anyone who could provide sufficient information that could lead to an arrest in relation to the said theft case.

The reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case is set at $2,500, according to the sheriff’s office.

Pippen played in the NBA from 1987 to 2004, concluding his decorated pro career with six NBA titles with the Bulls and seven All-Star team selections. Pippen retired from the NBA with 18,940 points, 6,135 assists, and 7,494 rebounds.