|Dee Samad shows the apology note|
(Scroll down for video) A couple complained that their beer was constantly being stolen over the past several years and they were unable to figure out who was behind the theft. Now, the thieves left a note of apology along with $140 to the couple whose beer has been systematically stolen.
Leo and Dee Samad of Kentucky, had their beer stolen from their garden in recent years.
Last week, they found a note in the garden, which read: "Attached is a sum of money that my friends and I owe to you and your family. We must pay for all the times we've stolen beer from the poolside fridge / bar in the last few years."
The letter also said that the thieves expect to meet the Samads face to face one day.
"I hope you accept my sincere apology for trespassing and feeling of entitlement to take what was not mine," the letter also said.
"The amount is a rough estimate, and I realize no amount will satisfy completely the anger you may have," the letter continued.
“It looks like some thieves still do have hearts. The thieves were obviously devastated after stealing the couple’s beer so they did the right thing, returned it, and even compensated the owners of the beer with cash. How nice,” Ramona Underwood, 41, of Sacramento, California told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the thieves apology letter.
Dee said she would hug the persons behind the theft and welcome them to their home because they were "man enough" to say sorry.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view