‘We’re connected’, star tells thief

‘We’re connected’, star tells thief Duane Chapman with his late wife, Beth.

TV star Dog the Bounty Hunter has urged a thief who burglarised his deceased wife’s store to come forward, stressing his actions were unbiblical.

Duane ‘Dog’ Chapman said he is willing to forgive the robber if they hand themselves in. His wife, Beth Chapman, last month died after a battle with cancer.

Speaking at a press conference, the “Dog’s Most Wanted” star said: “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.”

He added that not only are the police searching for him, but also God. “One thing I’m confident in is I believe a lot in the Bible and the Bible says, ‘When you steal from the dead that’s an unforgettable sin’,” he said. “So not only I and the police officers here are looking but so is God.”