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Texas police to replace stolen gifts for family

Fort Worth police save Christmas for family after gifts were stolen

A mother in North Texas is feeling extra grateful this Christmas after police in Fort Worth to replace gifts for her three sons who were stolen from her truck Friday.

Brittney Curry told Fox 4 News that they thought that the holiday would be devastated after a Grinch stole bikes, games, shoes and clothes from the truck after it was left in a parking lot for several hours.

“There was no way we were able to rebuy any of those gifts,” she told Fox 4. “I was devastated.”

Curry says she bought the gifts on Friday, with a Christmas bonus check.

Brittney Curry’s three sons got new Christmas gifts of Fort Worth police officers after them, and were stolen from her truck.

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“Who steals, that sort of thing? What kind of heart do you have?” she said.

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After they broke the news to her sons, Curry then contacted Fort Worth Police who told her a group of teenagers was seen in the vicinity of the car that afternoon.

When Curry called again to follow-up on Saturday, the police surprised her and said that she had three bags of gifts she wanted to bring.

“This Christmas will always be remembered. It will always be a story.”

– Brittney Curry

Officers later stopped by and let the boys pick their own gifts of toys donated to the ward for young victims of crime.

“It’s nice to be able to have something just good happen,” Officer Bradley Klingberg told Fox 4 News. “Any time you can go in and really make a difference in someone’s life, it feels really good.”

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Forth Worth police officer Bradley Klingberg said that it was nice to be able to “make something good happen.”

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Curry says the officers were “chatty and great” with her sons, and that they are a “horrible Christmas” to something else.

“This Christmas will always be remembered. It will always be a story,” she said

Travis Fedschun is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @travfed

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