A particular car theft story emerged in the past few days from faraway New Zealand, starring him Varun Chadha, owner of a small cafe. It all happened in a matter of seconds.
Chada while he had studied got into the car to go home. At that moment he remembered that he had forgotten something in the cafeteria and came back quickly to pick it up, leaving the keys in the ignition. When he returned he was saddened to find that his car had winged it.
Immediately, published on Facebook details of the vehicle in case a follower manages to track it down. But four days later, he did a very interesting update to the original post, announcing that the car returned to position who last saw it!
Inside there was a letter where the thief apologized for his act while explaining that when he decided to steal the car he was drunk and just trying to find a way out to return home. And it didn’t stop there… As a sign of remorse, the perpetrator bought some toys for Chada’s child and left them on the seat!
«I don’t agree with what he did, but he took it back and apologized to me. I’m just thrilled to have it back.” said Varun Chada. This move, however, did not move the police authorities themselves, where they continue their investigations in order to locate the repentant perpetrator.
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