Nearly 200 pumpkins stolen from New Jersey family’s farm

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WAYNE, N.J. -- Thieves stole nearly 200 pumpkins from a farm in New Jersey overnight Tuesday.

Surveillance video shows three or four young men pulling up in a van to steal the pumpkins, according to NEWS 12. Owner Todd Kuehm says more than $2,000 worth of produce was stolen.

Kuehm, whose family has owned the stand for more than 120 years, is frustrated by the incident, citing the farm as his family's primary financial source.

“This is not funny at all. This is blatant thievery,” Kuehm said. “This is not a prank. A prank is when everyone laughs about it. I'm not laughing. "

The family is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest.