Dog the Bounty Hunter Tells Thief Who Stole from Late Wife’s Store to Come Forward and He Will Forgive Them

Duane “Dog” Chapman holds a news conference after his store in Colorado was burglarized earlier this week. A statement from his family says personal items belonging to his late wife Beth were stolen, along with thousands of dollars in merchandise, Published on Aug 2, 2019 | Youtube/screenshot/FOX31 Denver

Duane “Dog” Chapman held a press conference on Friday, telling the thief who burglarized his deceased wife’s store that he is willing to forgive them if they come forward. But the Bible says stealing from the dead is an unforgivable sin, he said.

Chapman lost his beloved wife, Beth Chapman, last month after a battle with cancer and now her store in Colorado was broken into.

On Friday, the “Dog’s Most Wanted” star spoke out as the Edgewater Police Department in Colorado held a press conference outside of the business where the crime took place.

“Well, it’s important for me to be here because it was our building, it was actually my wife’s,” he said in footage captured by Fox 31 Denver. “My message to the guy is, if you turn yourself in within the next 48 hours, I will not press charges. I will try to get you probation, a job … ’cause me and you got a special connection now.”

Chapman continued “but if you don’t, there will be no mercy. I am not OJ Simpson, so I’m not going to do this myself. … I’ve been across the nation, captured fugitives, and Colorado, especially this county, is one of the greatest, and some of the best cops in the country. They work overtime without getting paid, and they do a lot of stuff without getting paid.”

The reality star said that he trusted the Colorado police department because God told him he should. He also revealed that they already had some “really good leads,” and noted that the culprit has “48 hours to ask for forgiveness,” adding that he would forgive if that happened.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law