LONDON (AFP) - A teenage burglar in Britain wrote to his victims telling them he was not sorry and they were to blame because they had left their curtains open and a window unlocked, it was revealed Thursday. To be honest Im not bothered or sorry about the fact that I burgled your house, the 16-year-old boy wrote to his victims, before offering to run through the dumb mistakes you made, according to The Times. He had struck in the northern English city of Leeds, stealing televisions, a camera and a Playstation games console. Writing the letter, which was reproduced in the newspaper, was supposed to be a key part of the 12-month intensive supervision programme that the boy was sentenced to after being arrested.