SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - There are several viral stories this Halloween of people, caught on camera, stealing candy. Two of those stories happened right here in San Diego County.
One incident happened in Serra Mesa. The homeowners set out candy with a note asking trick-or-treaters to be considerate of how much candy they take. But one woman ignored that request and was caught on camera taking all the candy that was still available.
Another case happened in 4S Ranch. Homeowner Charlie Rose said he left his candy out with a note that read: "please leave some for the others."
However, in the video you can see a man with two girls grabbing handful after handful of candy. Then, the man took the kids to the car and came back alone to finish the job.
"We went back and watched the whole thing from start to finish and realized that he actually took the bowl after he put the kids back in the car,” explained Rose.
Rose said he and his wife put out the bowl because they had a sleeping baby inside and didn't want the doorbell to wake her.
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