HR Strange But True!
November 01, 2002
We all know that HR is never boring. But sometimes, it can also get downright strange...

Burglary is only my night job

Police in Oberwil, Switzerland say they've tracked down a house burglar because of something he left behind at the scene of a crime: his resume.

In the course of investigating the theft of $6,700 in camera equipment from a home, police found the resume inside a cardboard folder. The resume turned out to belong to the burglar, who apparently wanted a job where he could make an honest living, according to police.

Police add that the job-seeker admitted to the burglary and to other offenses. The camera equipment was recovered. No word on the suspect's progress in his job hunt.

Source: The Associated Press, via the Miami Herald

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