The porch robbers who stole packages from a family in Texas last week are back at the same house, but this time their mission is to return the boxes they took earlier.
Packages are often stolen from porches on Christmas Eve, but they are rarely returned.
“Honestly, it was shocking. You don’t expect someone to steal something from you and bring it back,” said homeowner Bryant Clark. said FOX 26. – These are for our two nieces and nephew.
Now the items go under Clark’s Christmas tree. According to him, he did not think that he and his wife would meet again.
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The home’s doorbell camera caught the porch robbers on the move minutes after the packages were delivered to the doorstep.
“It’s true what they were able to say. ‘Okay, we’re going to go out there — even in the fear and do the right thing,”’ Clark said. “I have to respect that level of courage. I used to be a young man. I made stupid decisions. I think we all do. I believe that grace is given when it is not deserved and we should give. she is.”
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A 19-year-old woman suspected of stealing packages was arrested by the police, as well as several other young women involved in the crime.
The young women are said to have been “convinced” by their parents to return home, apologize to the owners and return the stolen items.
“I’m proud of the young ladies who have done it and their parents saying, ‘hey, you made a mistake, you’re not saying it’s right, but you have to make it right somehow,'” Clark said.
After a lengthy discussion with the young women, Clark and his wife accepted the apology.
“Change is possible,” Clark said. “No matter where you start, that’s where you end up, and everyone deserves a little grace. God gave it to us. We have to give it to others.”