WATCH: Holiday thieves caught on camera - Tucson News Now

WATCH: Holiday thieves caught on camera

Someone stealing Christmas lights (Source: Tucson News Now) Someone stealing Christmas lights (Source: Tucson News Now)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A family on Tucson's south side said the thieves who took spotlight projectors from their home won't ruin the holidays for them.

The Lucas family said their home, near Swan and Valencia, was hit early in the morning last week.

Surveillance video shows a suspect getting out of a van, unplugging the lights and jumping back in the vehicle before it takes off.

According to homeowner Dan Lucas, the lights were worth between $30 to $40.

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