They did the wrong thing– then they did the right thing…
When burglars in San Bernardino County, Calif., realized the computers they’d stolen were from a nonprofit that helps victims of sexual violence, they returned them — along with an apology note that may restore your faith in humanity.
The thieves broke into the San Bernardino County Sexual Assault Services office on the night of July 31, according to a press release from Cal Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (OES). Candy Stallings, the nonprofit’s executive director, said the burglars had shimmied between floor boards and walls to get past the building’s high security system.
They also clipped multiple alarm wires, CBS Los Angeles reported. Within minutes, six computers with hard drives, a laptop and a bag of valuables were taken.