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12/28/08

Lubbock Family's Christmas Presents Stolen

A Lubbock family is still in shock after their Christmas presents were stolen from their home Saturday night.

The Aguilar family went out for less than an hour between 7 p.m.  and 8 p.m. when someone broke into their house through the back window and stole about $2,500 worth of gifts, including rent money as well as the Play Station, laptops and portable DVD player the four kids received for Christmas.

Their father, Joseph says he doesn't have a lot of extra money and worked hard to buy his kids the Christmas gifts they wanted so he was very upset. "You can take away from what I have and my life, but please just don't take my kids stuff," he said. Aguilar says if anyone has the items stolen from his house and would return them to leave them at his front door. He will take them back no questions asked.

 

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