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Castle Dale man hopes missing decorations return home for Christmas

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Every year Ron Pyle of Castle Dale enjoys decorating his yard, including his 1923 Dodge Brothers truck. He uses Disney characters and animals to decorate the truck.

On Dec. 11, he put Yosemite Sam in the driver's seat of the old truck and had Bugs Bunny, Garfield and other animals riding inside.

On Dec. 12, Pyle went out to put more holiday decorations out when he realized the items he had put out in the truck were missing.

The missing items include: a three foot tall Yosemite Sam, a four foot tall Bugs Bunny, a four foot tall Garfield, a four foot tall purple gorilla, a three foot long skunk, a four and a half foot large tiger and a very large Saint Bernard dog.

Pyle is very disappointed that a few people can ruin the pleasures of so many adults and children that come by his house to see his decorations.

Pyle stated "It is hard to put a price on irreplacable and sentimental items."

He would be extremely grateful to have the items returned.

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