‘Why lock down when there’s no money?’ Disappointed burglar leaves angry note
During a burglary in India, the perpetrator left a very remarkable note after he was disappointed with the proceeds. “If there was no money, the door shouldn’t have been locked, Mr. Collector,” the note read.
The burglary took place in the Dewas district of India. Despite the fact that the homeowner was missing all kinds of jewellery and money after his return, the burglar was anything but satisfied with the loot. Before fleeing, he wrote on a note: “Jab paise nahi they toh lock nahi karna tha collector”, which can be translated as: ” If there was no money, the door shouldn’t have been locked, Mr Collector.”
PEN OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL
In a strange incident of theft in Dewas, burglars not only broke into the house of a deputy collector but also left a note for him. "Jab paise nahi they toh lock nahi karna tha na collector! pic.twitter.com/mafaLj4gPC
— Anurag Dwary (@Anurag_Dwary) October 10, 2021
In total, about 30,000 rupees was stolen, which is equal to about 344 euros. In addition, some jewellery was stolen. It is still unclear when exactly the theft took place, as the homeowner has been away for two weeks.
The Indian Express reports that the note was written with the pen and pad of a government official. The local police have now launched an investigation.
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