NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A woman was arrested and charged Thursday with stealing buckets of candy and toys from a front porch on Staten Island.

Rasha Rohmen, 33, was charged with petit larceny, police said.

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Investigators said she was seen on video stealing buckets of candy and toys from a family’s front porch.

Candy was left out on Halloween this past Saturday by residents who couldn’t be home, but still wanted to give to the trick-or-treaters.

Holly Jones and her husband wanted to take their 8-year-old son trick-or-treating, but still wanted to leave goodies for the neighborhood kids. So they left the treats on the front porch in good faith, Sanchez reported.

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Pictures of the bins that Jones put out show a sign asking children to “Save some for others.”

As part of the Teal Project, Jones also filled a bowl with toys for children with allergies. Those were taken too.

“I was very heartbroken. My son was wondering why somebody would do something like this,” Jones said. “And I just said there are bad people in the world.”

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James Smith, on Staten Island’s Wilson Avenue, did the same thing, but a camera caught a woman taking off with his entire bowl of candy.