The Horry County Police Department, in South Carolina, has charged K'Shawn Aldontay Morris, Maurice Alexander Morris and Troy Tereal with armed robbery and several other crimes, after they allegedly robbed a family who was decorating their Christmas tree.
The unidentified family was trimming their Christmas tree on Saturday night in Loris, South Carolina, when three masked armed men entered their home, reports Live5News.com.
According to the victims, the three men held them at gunpoint and forced them to get on the ground while they ransacked their home.
Police say that the suspects robbed the family of an Xbox 360, Kinect, two jewelry boxes, two men's watches, a portable DVD player, medicines, cell phones and a 2007 Toyota Yaris.
Later, a police officer spotted the stolen 2007 Toyota Yaris and followed the car, which was driving in the wrong lane.
The men turned down a road and abandoned the car, while it was still in motion and crashed into a home.
The police officer was able to catch K'Shawn Aldontay Morris. The other two men got away, but were caught the following day.