DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A Dayton couple wants their Christmas yard decorations back.
The Adams' live in the 400 block of Nordale Avenue.
Four tin soldiers they made themselves "marched" away overnight Sunday.
The Adams' made the decorations to save some money this year.
The stolen tin soldiers took the Christmas spirit with them.
"Someone obviously thought they needed them more than we did. I hope they enjoy it because they sure ruined our Christmas. I should put a sign out here in my yard that says thanks to the dirt bag that stole our Christmas decorations," said Larry Adams, Dayton resident.
Larry decided to take down the rest of his decorations before they disappear.
Call Crime Stoppers at 222-7867 if you know anything about the theft.
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