When you see a yard full of Halloween inflatables, they're there for a reason.

Not because mom and dad necessarily wanted them, but because the kids did. So when Halloween inflatables go missing, that person is not just stealing from the parents who paid for it, but the children who wanted it. The children who love and adore that character. The true evil of Halloween is not in the witches and goblins, but in the black hearted thieves that ruin it for kids.

Our department received multiple reports of stolen inflatable Halloween decorations over night. The decoration pictured...

Posted by Prosser Police Department on Tuesday, October 20, 2020


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