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  • Santa's homemade coat stolen along with his vehicle

    Dressed in his Santa pants, Gary Senner, 62, of Overland Park, who has long portrayed Santa Claus and Father Christmas, dashed into a QuikTrip at 77th and Metcalf Avenue, on Saturday to grab a quick cup of coffee. He left his keys in his van, which was not running, when a man sped off with the van and the rest of his Santa ensemble. Senner filed a police report and bummed a ride home. He is hoping some Christmas magic will bring his cherished handmade hat and coat back to him.

Santa's homemade coat stolen along with his vehicle

Dressed in his Santa pants, Gary Senner, 62, of Overland Park, who has long portrayed Santa Claus and Father Christmas, dashed into a QuikTrip at 77th and Metcalf Avenue, on Saturday to grab a quick cup of coffee. He left his keys in his van, which was not running, when a man sped off with the van and the rest of his Santa ensemble. Senner filed a police report and bummed a ride home. He is hoping some Christmas magic will bring his cherished handmade hat and coat back to him.
Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star