Reportedly after allegedly robbing five shops in kerala, a thief had a sudden change of heart after he attempted to rob the sixth place, the residence of a former indian soldier. Meanwhile after realising that he was attempting to rob an army man’s residence, the unidentified thief wrote an apology on the wallin malayalam, allegedly consumed a glass of alcohol from the army man’s stash and left the residence without stealing anything.
Furthermore the robbery was reported at the residence of Issac Mani, a former indian army soldier residing at Thiruvankulam, ernakulam district of Kerala. The thief is believed to have made his six stops on tuesday night. Apparently the door to the house was found broken on wednesday morning by the woman caretaker of the house. She duly alerted the police. No items from the house went missing but the caretaker and the police found the following message scribbled on the wall that he flouted the seventh commandment of the Bible. I did not know it was the house of a soldier. I realised it at the last minute when I spotted the army cap. Officer, please forgive me. If I had known it was the house of a soldier, I would not have broken in.
Moreover the forensic team conducted a sweep of the house of the thief’s fingerprints. Also the police are not buying the thief's apology and have begun an investigation. They suspect the involvement of more than one person. The police believe that the remorseful thief was not a local from the area and are of the view that the apology on the wall was a ruse to mislead police investigation.