Kerala: Thief aborts the mission in the house of the colonel, “drugs” with patriotism | Kochi News
The man pocketed 1,500 rupees and poured himself the premium military drink he discovered in the closet, apparently to compensate for the risks involved in entering the house, but left the place only after writing an apology message on the wall invoking the Holy Bible . .
The thief’s writing
“I realized that it was the home of an army officer only after seeing the cap. If I had known before, I would never have entered the house. Officer, please forgive me, “the thief wrote on the wall. Then the coup de grace followed:” I violated the seventh commandment of the Bible. But then you will be there before me on the trip to hell, ”he wrote on the wall.
He also left another bag, full of documents that he stole from an adjacent tire shop, along with a note that said: “return it to the store owner.”
According to police, the thief rummaged through the rooms and could have seen the colonel’s military hat, which made him realize that it was the home of an army man. “His remorse was visible in the messages of apology he wrote on the wall that included the seventh commandment of the Bible that said” You shall not steal, “said a police officer.
“I violated the seventh commandment in the Bible. But then you will be there before me on the trip to hell, ”he wrote on the wall. After writing this, he expressed his apologies to the colonel writing: “I realized that it was the house of an army man only after seeing the cap. If I had known before, I would never have entered the house. Officer, please forgive me, ”the thief wrote on the wall.
The owner of the house, a retired army colonel, was in Bahrain with his family for the past two months and the “repentant robbery” came to light when the servant came to clean the house later in the morning. Alerted by her, the police ran to the scene and discovered that the thief entered the house breaking the door with an iron rod, which he obtained from the house complex.
The intruder could have tried other stores in the area before entering the colonel’s house, police said. “He also wrote on the wall that he stole a dress, 1,500 rupees and some alcohol. We suspect that he might have become sorry because of the alcohol-induced effect. If other valuables were stolen, it cannot be confirmed until the family returns. Although the CCTV images in the house showed the blurry images of a man, the face is not clear, ”said J Raj Kumar, police inspector at Hill Palace.