Four high school football players have been caught on surveillance camera taking batteries and headphones from a closed New Jersey shop - and then leaving exact change for the goods on the counter, sales tax included.The owners of Buddy's Small Lots in Wayne were shocked when they watched the security footage after getting a call reporting a break-in at the shop around 7 p.m. Sunday night.They later learned there was never a break-in, a malfunctioning lock left the door to the closed shop open to anyone who wanted to walk in. Lederman was so impressed by the teens she set out to find them.Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2404987/Honest-high-school-footballers-leave-exact-change-headphones-batteries-deserted-New-Jersey-store.html#ixzz2dLvSdOhi
And on Tuesday, she did. It turned out the boys were football players at William Patterson High School, and stopped by the shop during a break in practice.Thomas James, Kelle Gallimore, Jelani Bruce and Anthony Biondi are all playing their first year of Division III football for the school, and were running some errands before practice on Sunday. They were in need of an audio cable for a set of dorm room speakers and some batteries, and didn't have any luck at Rite Aid, so they walked into Buddy's where the door was open and a few lights were still on. The teens told the station that they didn't believe they did anything special and that they were surprised by the attention.
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