Three men who stole children's presents from underneath Christmas trees in the West Midlands, have been dubbed 'anti-Santas' by police.
In total, three homes were targeted in Fazeley, Burton-on-Trent and Sutton Coldfield, before they led police on a pursuit in Birmingham.
The trio, who were found with gifts stuffed in bedsheets, are now spending 'many Christmases in prison', said police.
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