First came the Black Friday stun gun fight at Franklin Mills Mall. Then came Wednesday’s violent brouhaha at Philadelphia’s Christmas tree lighting ceremony in, yep, Love Park. And now, to continue the tradition of Christmastime malevolence, we bring you a pair of yuletide bandits who, according to police, stole Christmas decorations off of a home in South Philadelphia, which I’m pretty sure is a capital offense in that particular neighborhood.
Watch the video of the Christmas decoration theft below:
(Don't people realize that there are surveillance cameras everywhere?)
The Philadelphia Police Department’s South Detectives Division is looking to identify the suspects who stole Christmas decorations in South Philadelphia.
On November 26, 2013, at 2:15 am, an unknown female was captured on surveillance video approaching the complainant’s residence on the 1100 block of Fitzgerald Street and taking Christmas Decorations from the front of the residence. A short time later the same suspect returned at 3:15 am, with the assistance of an unknown male taking more decorations from the residence. After taking the decorations both suspect left the area in an unknown direction.
Suspect #1: Female, unknown race, dark hair, wearing a white hooded coat and dark colored pants.
Suspect #2: Male, unknown race, dark hair, wearing a dark colored hooded jacket and dark colored hooded jacket.