California: Robbers, who ransacked an NGO’s office, returned all the stolen goods to the organization along with an apology letter, which said they ‘did not know what they were taking’.
The NGO counsels those who are victims of violent sexual attacks. It was robbed by thieves on July 31 in San Bernardino County, California. The burglars dropped into the building from the roof and made off with laptops and other computer equipment. The director of San Bernardino County Sexual Assault Services Candy Stallings was called to the scene at 4am.
She was called out again by police the following night but she was surprised when she saw all the stuff that was stolen from the office. There was a note attached which read, ‘We had no idea what we were taking. Here your stuff back we hope that you guys can continue to make a difference in people live. God bless.’
The charity chief now says she plans to frame a copy of the note.