Man Returns Money He Stole From Sears. ... in the 1940s

Man Returns Money He Stole From Sears. ... in the 1940s

November 29, 2011 Updated Nov 29, 2011 at 11:09 AM EST

According to Washington television station KING 5, an elderly man on Monday returned money he stole from a cash register at a Sears store in Seattle -- in the 1940s.

According to the KING 5 story, the man delivered an envelope with a note admitting the theft and a $100 bill -- to account for interest from the $20 to $30 he stole in the late 1940s.

Watch video and read the KING 5 story HERE.

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