(Instagram/@interasian ) This is the letter that the family who run the InterAsian Market and Deli received 11 years after they were robbed.
Former Drug Addict Hands Over Apology Note and $400 in Cash to Grocery Store
SEPTEMBER 09, 2013
A family who run a grocery store in Nashville were astounded and moved by the actions of a former drug addict and thief who robbed them about 12 years ago.
Somboon Wu, son of store owner Keosavanh Xayarath, explained that an unidentified man came into the InterAsian Market and Deli at the start of September and insisted they take an envelope.
Though they were initially concerned about opening what he handed over, when they did they found a handwritten note of apology, a plea for forgiveness and $400 in cash.Read more: Daily Mail