Deck the halls with stolen holly. Fa-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la!
‘Tis the season to break the law-leeee. Fa-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la!
Christmas wreath thieves have struck in Toronto and Brampton!
On Tuesday, December 1st at 9:30 p.m. a car pulled up in front of Komal Padda’s home on Cobblestone Court. A woman exited the vehicle, approached the home’s front door, and grabbed the Christmas wreath.
Then, the suspect turned and ran.
Padda’s security camera captured the theft. She claims that the wreath isn’t anything special, beyond the fact that her 6 and 8-year-old children picked it out at a WalMart.
She claimed that the family’s plan to put up more decorations this year may be in jeopardy now. Padda doesn’t recognize the woman, and claims that if the woman had asked for the wreath, she would have given to her for free!
A Toronto resident has caught a real-life Grinch on camera stealing a Christmas wreath right off her front door.
Sabrina Magyar’s home security cameras captured a woman walking up to her front door early Saturday morning, grabbing a wreath right off the front door and strolling away.
When she reached the sidewalk, the video showed the woman bend down to pick up what appears to be another wreath, which Magyar speculated was snatched from a nearby home.
“It was shock that someone would have come and taken this wreath off the door,” she told Global News. “I was really taken aback by it. And we looked at our cameras and I just couldn’t believe it.”
The theft is especially shocking because Magyar and her husband just moved to the area and are celebrating their first Christmas in their new home.