How some Grinches are already stealing Christmas this year
By Aaron Edwards, Digital First Media
12/10/2012 09:00:00 AM EST
12/10/2012 10:49:42 AM EST
One stole a Christmas tree from a Rite Aid parking lot. Another swiped a baby Jesus figurine from Christmas Village in a small town. And much to the dismay of some university students, someone stole 92 feet of Christmas lights from an Alumni Center.
Across the country, Christmas Grinches are stealing what isn't theirs and robbing people of holiday cheer. But might these thieves have a change of heart come Christmas time, just like the infamous green man himself? Only time will tell, but some of these stories speak for themselves.
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