|Updated: 8/09 3:25 pm
||Published: 8/09 3:24 pm
Guilt apparently got the best of suspected thieves in San Bernardino, California.
On July 31st, burglars stole computers from a non-profit which provides help to sexual assault victims. Just hours after the burglary the thieves returned everything along with a note.
The note said: "We had no idea what we were taking. Here is your stuff back. We hope that you guys can continue to make a difference in people's lives. God bless."
“I don't know what to feel. One minute I’m devastated, and the next minute I just like thought, 'wow, this is just incredible,'" said one worker.
The non-profit organizers said they plan to frame the note. Workers still have to pay for the damage, which is expected to cost about $5,000.