A group of four friends in Wayne, New Jersey, mistakenly broke into a store on Sunday night.
Management at Buddy's Small Lots were alerted by police that there had been a break-in at the store. When they arrived, however, nothing appeared to be missing.
They turned to the security footage to discover the "burglars" were merely honest shoppers who were looking to pay for their goods, which they did.
The shoppers entered Buddy's Small Lots — because of a security malfunction, the door was unlocked and the lights were on — and called out for a clerk.
When no one came to their aid, they figured out how much they owed for the audio cable and batteries, including tax, and left the money on the counter.
"I think that there are still wonderful people in this world that have a sense of honour and dignity," Marci Lederman, director of operations for Buddy’s Small Lots, told 1010 WINS. "They were coming in there to shop, they did just that, and they felt that it was the right thing to do to leave theRead More »from Honest shoppers accidentally enter closed store, pay for goods — even with no cashier around