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The Thieves Who Stole Christmas: 3 Stories Of Real-Life 'Grinches'

This week, Christmas gifts and decorations were swiped in Pennsylvania, Idaho and Florida.
The Grinch balloon floats above New York City during the 2017 Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. This week, real-life Grinches have been trying to steal Christmas cheer. Source: Stephanie Keith

For some, the myth of Santa Claus – a man who delivers presents for free – is hard to get behind. But a man who Christmas goodies? People in Pennsylvania, Idaho and

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