27-foot Santa stolen from Franklin home - WKRN News 2

27-foot Santa stolen from Franklin home

Posted: Updated: Dec 24, 2013 7:42 PM CST
The Santa blow-up was stolen from Julie Ozier’s front yard. The Santa blow-up was stolen from Julie Ozier’s front yard.
FRANKLIN, Tenn. -

A real life Grinch has hit Franklin's Fieldstone Farms subdivision.

Drive by Julie Ozier's home and you can't help but feel the spirit of christmas

"My husband every year loves decorating the whole yard. We have it set to music," said Ozier.

Overnight Monday, someone stole a 27-foot inflatable Santa from the Ozier's front yard.

The Santa Claus was an integral part of the family's holiday lights display, which had just won first place in the neighborhood's holiday lights competition.

"He was standing right here all up against the house. His hat goes a little bit higher than the roof," said Ozier.

The family has filed a report with Franklin police and Julie Ozier sent a message to her neighbors through the Fieldstone Farms Homeowners' Association.

"Please bring Santa back. No hard feelings. We won't say a word we just want Santa back," said Ozier.

Even deflated, the decorative piece is very large and should be easy to spot.

The neighborhood association is urging neighbors to keep their eyes open for a discarded Santa along public walkways.

Anyone with information on the theft should contact the Fieldstone Farms Homeowners Association by calling 615-600-4915 or sending an email to PM@Fieldstone-Farms.com.

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