Fort Wayne households receive surprise following decorations were stolen

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — Previous Friday multiple people in a northeast Fort Wayne neighborhood

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — Previous Friday multiple people in a northeast Fort Wayne neighborhood noted their Xmas decorations were stolen or harmed.

Just one of these households was Jason Puhr and his 3-yr-outdated daughter. Wednesday evening they been given a big shock.

“When we open up the front doorway just hearing the yip for the pleasure that my 3 decades old was able to give when she saw the unicorn and bear in the entrance lawn it was quite particular,” dad and home owner Jason Puhr said.

Andy Beckman with Majic 95.1 showed up to give Jason and his 3-year-previous daughter new inflatable decorations. The family members was one particular of many in the Walden neighborhood whose decorations were possibly stolen or ruined.

“We considered this would be a wonderful possibility to demonstrate a family members who has just moved to the location what Fort Wayne and our community could be all about,” Majic 95.1 radio host Andy Beckman mentioned.

Wednesday’s decorations of inflatable bears, Mickey Mouse, and unicorns had been all donated by listeners and Lowe’s on Illinois Highway. 1 listener even drove an hour to buy a unicorn to donate.

Other households been given new decorations as properly.

The Puhr spouse and children been given an inflatable bear and two unicorns. Puhr’s daughter named the unicorn Sparky.