Thief left letter after robbing policemen house stated, 'I have to save a friend's life, I'll return the money soon'

Indore: A case of theft has come to light in Bhind, Madhya Pradesh, where a thief has also left an apology letter after committing the crime. In fact, after stealing valuables from a policeman's house in Bhind, the thief wrote an apology and left it there. It said that he was stealing because he had to save his friend's life and will soon return the stolen money.

Police have informed in this regard on Tuesday. Let us tell you that a man who robbed house of a policeman. The policeman's family lives in Bhind. Kotwali police station ASI Kamlesh Kaare has informed in this regard. Police said the thief also left an apology letter at home after the incident. The letter said, 'Sorry, my friend, it was a compulsion. If I don't do that, my friend's life won't be saved. Don't worry, I'll return your money as soon as I get the money'.

The policeman's wife and children had gone to their relative's house on June 30, and when they returned home on Monday night, they found the doors of the room broken and the luggage scattered here and there. A police official said the thief had stolen some gold and silver jewellery. Police said  family members may be involved in the theft. The official said a case has been registered in this regard and further investigation is underway.

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