A gaggle of thieves who stole a number of sacred statues from a temple in India quickly recovered nearly all the pieces they stole. They admitted that they did this as a result of, after the crime, they started to be haunted by horrible desires.
In response to the Instances of India, this very unusual incident came about within the village of Taruha, Uttar Pradesh. Final week, a gaggle of unidentified males broke into an area temple devoted to the deity Balaji and stole 16 collectible figurines of deities from it, in addition to silver jewellery weighing 15 kg.
In response to the priest, the crime was aggravated by the truth that the temple is about 300 years previous and all of the sculptures had been very costly and revered.
Thankfully, solely six days after the incident, many of the collectible figurines had been returned, as a result of plainly supernatural forces intervened.
14 stolen collectible figurines had been planted in a sack close to the priest’s home, together with a letter wherein the thieves confessed to the crime, requested for forgiveness and complained that they had been haunted by horrible nightmares.
“We’ve got been affected by nightmares since we dedicated the theft, and we can’t sleep, eat or stay peacefully. We’re fed up with horrible desires and return your amaanat (values),” they wrote.
The priest confirmed that the identical collectible figurines had been within the bag that had been stolen, after which they had been honorably returned again to the temple.
Within the meantime, the police shaped two groups to seek for these thieves as a way to recuperate the silver jewellery and the remaining two collectible figurines.