'How could they?': Leeds resident of 'Christmas street' Stone Brig Lane furious after lights allegedly stolen from garden
A resident of a Leeds road dubbed 'Christmas street' has been left furious - after some lights were allegedly stolen from her garden.
Helen Wright told the Yorkshire Evening Post her daughter Victoria's home on Stone Brig Lane in Rothwell was burgled overnight.
Residents of the street - who raise money for charity through the Christmas lights - have been left devastated.
Helen said four large moving items, a train, reindeers, a snowman and a Christmas tree have all been taken from the garden.
Social media users were disgusted at the alleged act.
One said: "That is disgusting, people love to go and see that street, always some lowlife has to spoil it."
Another said: "How could they do that?"
Another added: "My girls adore that street at Xmas."
Helen said her daughter has been left disappointed after the alleged burglary.
She added: "She is very annoyed that someone could do that.
"Knowing that everyone loves to come have a look & help raise money for charity, I hope someone comes along with CCTV."
Helen has contacted the police.