• A burglar returned to the scene of the crime after forgetting his keys, per The Associated Press.
  • The suspect double-backed to Johnny Doughnuts' corporate office and was caught on camera.
  • San Rafael Police is seeking aid from the community to locate the suspect. 

A burglar returned to the same local donut shop office in California where he committed the crime after forgetting his keys inside the location, The Associated Press reported.

The incident occurred at Johnny Doughnuts' corporate office in San Rafael, California, last Saturday, where the suspect swiped some cash, according to The AP.

In addition to the money, the suspect also took the keys to a bakery car, which he did not end up stealing, per the outlet. 

Local police posted a clip on their Youtube channel and asked the community for assistance in locating the suspect in the video. In a statement, San Rafael Police said that the suspect broke into the office where he "stole multiple items."

The surveillance video appears to show a man sporting a blue T-shirt wandering around the office and picking up several items before leaving. 


"Part of the investigating is finding out why this specific business was targeted,"  Lt. Dan Fink told The AP.

According to the report, the founder of the donut shop, Craig Blum, said that he is happy that none of his employees were harmed in this incident. 

"It was an unfortunate incident, but we're glad no doughnuts or team members were harmed," Blum told the Associated Press. "Sometimes even the thought of a doughnut makes you do crazy things."

The San Rafael Police Department did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment. 

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