With all the criminal activity we hear about on a daily basis, it's nice to know that even some criminals have half a conscience.
Last Wednesday night, burglars disabled a security system, broke into an office in San Bernardino, California, and made off with a bunch of computers. (San Bernardino is just outside Los Angeles.)
Then early Thursday morning, the company's director got a call from police letting her know there was MORE suspicious activity going on outside the office. And when she went to check it out, she found all the stuff sitting in a shopping cart by the front door.
It turns out the company is a nonprofit that helps sexual assault victims. And apparently when the burglars realized that, they felt guilty and decided to return everything.
While a police officer was getting ready to dust for fingerprints, he found a handwritten note from the robbers that said, quote, "We had no idea what we were taking. [Here's] your stuff back. We hope that you guys can continue to make a difference in people's lives."
Then they ended it with "God bless." Police are still investigating and held onto the note as evidence. But the company's director made a photocopy, and says she plans to frame it.