An angry mother of two who had her home burgled has written a letter to the burglar and has put up copies of it around her street after her home was burgled on Wednesday.
Angie Sowton from London had some very personal possessions stolen from her home which she said had a great deal of sentimental value such as a pair of christening necklaces for both her children. Not only this but some of the childrens Christmas presents had been ripped open, but not taken. The worst part about this burglary is that the items stolen meant a great deal to the family but will probably only get sold by the thief for a few pounds.
The letter was addressed to the “coward burglar” in the hope that they would read it and feel some guilt for what they had done. Even if they had not read it I’m fairly sure they will have read it in the press or seen it on the news. If they have an ounce of decency in their body they will apologise to the family for causing them grief and anger.
Read more about this story on the BBC News website and remember to always keep expensive or personal possessions well hidden or locked away in a safe.