House With 50k Christmas Lights Vandalized

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 12/08/2012 11:21 pm
     Mark Coyle and his two sons have a tradition every holiday season of putting up Christmas lights in their front yard, much like most people.

    However its the amount of the the lights the Coyles use that separates them from other decorated houses.
 
   Coyle says he uses more than 50-thousand lights on his property, that all leads to a make-shift Santa display where local kids can come and visit Santa.

   However on Friday night the Coyle's decorations were vandalized.

  The Coyles say the suspects got away, but had most of the lights back up by mid-afternoon Saturday.

    He says this incident is not going to stop him from setting up lights or having Santa stop by.

    Coyles's neighbors say they'll also be keeping a close eye on the decorations as well.
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Michael - 12/10/2012 11:50 AM
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Never let a scrooge ruin it for others .
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