Part of the magic of the holiday season comes from driving around town and seeing all the festive lights and decorations. Unfortunately for one Dothan family however, not even the holiday magic could keep crime away from their display. Sometime Tuesday evening, a snowman family decorations were stolen from the front yard of the McGarrh family. Mac and Ollie McGarrh pride themselves in decorating their home for the holidays...they have a nativity scene to showcase their faith, and they set up what they call "whimsical" displays such as the snowman family and santa claus for the children. Ollie McGarrh offers a passionate plea to whomever stole her decoration. In the meantime, Ollie isn`t going to let this spoil her season...she`s alredy found another snowman family on the internet to replace the stolen one.
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