An unfortunate instance of Bigfoot banditry in Idaho took an uplifting turn when a good Samaritan volunteered to help the victim ensure that his replacement Sasquatch would not be stolen again. According to a local media report, the tale fit for a cryptozoological holiday special began in early November when Scott Weissbeck discovered that some sticky-fingered ne'er-do-wells had taken a two-foot-tall display of the legendary creature from outside his home in Boise. Understandably chagrined, he mused that "I knew right away I had to replace it. I wasn't going to let the thieves win."
More on this heartwarming story at the Coast to Coast AM website.