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WOODLAND HILLS (CBSLA.com) — Nearly $400 worth of Christmas decorations were stolen Sunday from a San Fernando Valley home.

The real-life Grinch stole from the home of Bill and Rosemarie Rush in the 5800 block of Lubao Avenue.

The couple decorated their home as part of the neighborhood’s Christmas light display.

The neighborhood – known as Candy Cane Lane – has been provided the display for the public for two decades.

The thieves stole six inflatable decorations and about a dozen plastic candy canes from the Rush’s lawn.

The family did not file a police report and is scrambling to redecorate before the end of the week.

Candy Cane Lane officially opens to the public the second Saturday of December.


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