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Burglar seen doing the sign of the cross before robbing a house

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Jun. 25, 19 | 3:18 pm

A thief, who police have aptly named ‘madasaling magnanakaw,’ is now being hunted by authorities for robbing a house in Tayabas City, Quezon, but not without making a sign of the cross and saying a prayer at Mother Mary’s grotto which was caught on camera.

In a featured story in Inquirer, the video uploader Jan Alvaro Lastimosa, a resident of the house, said it was around 3 am of June 23 when the thief was caught on camera climbing their fence.

It was even seen that the thief sat on Mama Mary’s Grotto before jumping inside the residence and made the sign of the cross.

Though the culprit was able to enter the vicinity, it seems like a miracle that there was nothing missing from the house, authorities said.

The thief is still at-large but charges have already been filed against him.

“Photo courtesy: GMA News”

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