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"I didn't known that they cost anything so I put it in my pocket."

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Brooklyn store Catbird received this apology note from a wee tyke who inadvertently pocketed a locket her sister told her would be a good Mother's Day present. We totally think she was set up. That aside, this is the cutest I'm-sorry-I-stole-a-locket letter-by-a-child we've ever seen.
· Williamsburg's smallest shoplifter apologizes adorably [Racked NY]