Nearly 200 pumpkins were stolen from a family-run farm stand in New Jersey overnight Tuesday, authorities said.
A van was caught on camera pulling up to steal the produce from the Farms View Roadstand in Wayne on three separate occasions early on Tuesday, according to Todd Kuehn, the owner's son.
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Images released by the farm stand -- which has been operating at the location for more than 100 years -- shows dozens of pumpkins missing from the normally pristine lines of produce.
Kuehn said that the stolen pumpkins would have likely sold for between $2,500 and $3,000.
The family is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.
Anyone with information on the pumpkin thieves should call the Wayne Police Department at 973-633-3530.