College prankster replaces toilet paper years later, apologizes

New Mexico college grad sends letter of apology (above) with five boxes of toilet paper, apparently to replace what he stole years ago.
AP Photo/Courtesy of Eastern New Mexico University
(CBS/AP) PORTALES, N.M. - Apparently feeling guilty about a prank years ago, a graduate of Eastern New Mexico University has managed to wipe the slate clean - by sending the school 80 rolls of toilet paper to replace what he stole from a dormitory.

Eastern New Mexico University says it received the yuletide gift box this week along with a Christmas card and written apology. 

The anonymous writer apologized for stealing toilet paper years ago and said a new dedication to Christian faith led to the deed.

"Jesus Christ has made such a difference in my life and has prompted me to repay for any sins..."

The box contained five packages, each containing 16 rolls of two-ply, septic-safe toilet tissue.

One, therefore, assumes his confession is more than paper-thin.

University officials say "all is forgiven."  The toilet paper is being donated to a nearby charity because it doesn't fit the school's dispensers.