Burglars with Manners: Thieves Leave "Thank You" Notes For Homeowners
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (CBS/AP) Two suspects face multiple charges after North Carolina police said they left a note thanking the homeowners for the $5,000 worth of electronics gear and food they stole.
Fayetteville police spokesman Dan Grubb said Friday the pair left one note on a white paper napkin saying simply, "Thanks."
Grubb said a second message etched into a wall Wednesday morning said the same thing, and added: "We love the stuff we got."
Police charged Dajuan Marquis Avant and Darrell Sturdivant Jr. with breaking and entering, larceny, and other charges.
Both 19-year-olds are from Fayetteville.
The homeowners told The Fayetteville Observer the stolen loot included a box of corn dogs, frozen chicken and beer.
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