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Yard Art Stolen From Richland Home

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The house at the corner of Harris Avenue and Sprout in Richland is pretty eye-catching. There, you can find all kinds of yard art at the home. Except lately, some of the art has been stolen. The house at the corner of Harris Avenue and Sprout in Richland is pretty eye-catching. There, you can find all kinds of yard art at the home. Except lately, some of the art has been stolen.
RICHLAND, WA - It's hard to miss- the house at the corner of Harris Avenue and Sprout in Richland is pretty eye-catching. There, you can find all kinds of yard art at the home.

Except lately, some of the art has been stolen. Naomi Elsen has lived in the home across the street from Washington State University Tri-Cities for 24 years, but for the last ten years, around the month of June -some of her belongings go missing.

Naomi thinks it's most likely the local high schoolers, pulling an end of the year prank.

"You know, I understand kids at that age do mischief stuff. I had a son who was mischief. If they would just bring those things back, they want to take them for status symbol, just bring them back, set them in my yard," Naomi told NBC Right Now.

Naomi asks the thieves to return the items - no questions asked. 

The items stolen are two light houses, a flamingo, a pineapple and a garden globe. Richland Police are doing extra patrols in the area right now. 

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