HOBBS N.M. (KRQE) – Stephanie Vaughn says her family loves decorating for the holidays and Easter is no exception. When she noticed some of her decorations missing, she checked her surveillance cameras and was surprised by what she saw.
Young girls deciding to go Easter egg hunting early on the front lawn of her Hobbs home is what she found.
“The girls had watched us leave in the car and ran over and took the eggs right when we got up the street,” said Vaughn.
When her two kids, Grady and Brooklyn, saw the eggs were gone, they weren’t happy. Vaughn posted the surveillance video on Facebook hoping someone would recognize the girls.
She said she didn’t even want the eggs back she just wanted an apology and to teach the girls a lesson about taking things that don’t belong to them “it’s just one of those things were something little can turn into something big if you don’t take a stand now.”
One of those girls did later come forward and apologized for stealing the eggs.