HARRINGTON, Del. -- A Delaware man is charged with stealing from his grandmother, and police say he later apologized to her on Facebook.
24-year-old Mark Parker of Harrington, Delaware is charged with forgery, conspiracy and other charges.
Police say he stole his own grandmother's debit card and using it at several different locations.
Parker is also accused of taking several of his grandmother's checks from her checkbook, and cashing them by forging her signature.
Parker, police say, later apologized to her via Facebook.
He is being held at the Sussex Correctional Institute.
Police: Man apologized on Facebook after stealing from grandmother
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