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The owner of a restaurant in the United States offered a job to a man trying to rob a restaurant

After someone broke into a restaurant in Augusta, Georgia over the weekend, the business owner reacted in an unusual way: he offered the suspect a job. Writes about it CNN.

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“No police, no questions. Let's sit down and talk about how we can help you and fix the path you are walking on, ”Karl Wallace wrote in a Facebook post that featured a photo of the broken door.

Photo: screenshot facebook.com/diablossouthwestgrill

Wallace has owned Southwest Grill Diablo for about eight years. He said that someone broke in on Saturday at about 4 am and left with an empty cash register 45 seconds later when an alarm went off in the restaurant.

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Wallace told CNN that his initial reactions were "anger" and "disappointment," but then he felt sorry for the man.

“It is a pity that this is his chosen life path. It also thinks about the dangers to which this person exposes himself every time he does this, ”he said.

Photo: screenshot facebook.com/diablossouthwestgrill

According to Wallace, the same man recently attacked at least two other nearby businesses. He said that, according to the owners, they were victims of a robbery attempt and that the records of their observation coincided with his.

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Photo: screenshot facebook.com/diablossouthwestgrill

Wallace says that with the break-in happened over an Easter weekend, forgiveness seems like the right decision.

“It was about just being a mentor to someone who was clearly on the wrong path in life,” Wallace said.

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