This is the moment a suspected mugger returns cash he stole from a victim after discovering that it belonged to a mosque:
In the clip, a balaclava-clad man posts a wad of notes through the victim's letterbox in the dead of night, while his companion explains they were unaware that the stolen cash was 'mosque money'.
Saying they would 'never rob from a mosque', he blames their actions on 'false information'.
It's believed the stolen money is connected to a street robbery in Small Heath, Birmingham, on 6 April.
Footage of the theft shows the victim walking down the road alone, carrying a bag - unaware he is being stalked by two masked thieves travelling in a black car.
They park in the middle of the road and jump out, as one rushes towards the man and snatches his bag before the pair make their escape in the vehicle.
But just hours later, a panicking thief was filmed by his accomplice outside the victim's house holding a stack of £20 notes.
In the clip, he tells the camera: "I'm here to return his money. We didn't know it was mosque money. We would never rob from a mosque, it was just based on false information."
The crook then creeps towards the house and has a nervous look over his shoulder before stuffing the money through the door and leaving in a hurry.
A West Midlands Police spokesman said: "We're investigating after a man was robbed of cash at around 6pm on Tuesday, April 6. CCTV shows two men approaching the victim and then making off in a black BMW.
"The man was left shaken but unhurt and we're carrying out enquiries to establish who was involved. Anyone with information can contact us via Live Chat or by calling 101. Quote 20BE/98776P/21.
"We're trying to make contact with the injured party to establish whether the money has been returned."
On social media, people were split in their response. One person wrote: "How about don't rob people full stop? Shame on you boys."
Another commented: "They do not deserve a pat on the back. Robbery is robbery, their intention was bad from the beginning. Just because it belongs to the masjid and they gave it back, how does that make the whole act right?"
But a third took the opportunity to wish them well, saying: "May Allah bless them and help rectify their way of life. Robbers with a conscience."