Thief leaves apology note after stealing goods worth Rs.65,000 in supermarket
12-10-2020 Mon 10:59
MADURAI: A thief left an apology note to the owner after he stolen goods worth of Rs 65,000 and Rs 5,000 cash from a supermarket. The incident took place in a supermarket in Usilampatti. The thief mentioned in the letter as "Apologies, I am hungry. You may encounter a loss of one day's income but it is equal to my three months revenue."
The incident came into the light after the supermarket owner Ramprakash from Kavandanpatti opened the shop on Thursday morning. He found a television, two computers and Rs 5,000 missing. Police said the thief also theft the CCTV footage from the store and forensic experts collected the fingerprints and investigation is on progress.
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