DOYLESTOWN, Pa. -

A borough in Bucks County will be ringing in the Fourth with a lot less red, white and blue.

Someone's been swiping American flags in Doylestown.

Police say the flags are about two feet-by three feet in size.

They were attached to parking meters in the borough back on Memorial Day.

They usually stay up until the Fourth of July. But police say several of the flags have vanished, and they think a thief is to blame.