In May of 2010, it was reported that, "six Torah scrolls were stolen Friday night from a synagogue in Antwerp, Belgium."
On June 17th 2010, it was reported that the Torah scrolls were on their way back, with reports of a partial ranson being paid.
Today, Chadrei Chadarim reports that one of the scrolls was sent for repairs after it had been stolen. It was returned to the synagogue recently and the shul members were planning to read from the sefer Torah during the High Holidays. In preparation, the Torah was sent to be proofread and one letter in the Torah was found to be missing.
The site reports that the letter missing in the Torah was the letter "heh" from the word "the thief".
האות החסרה בחומש שמות פרק כב' פסוק ו': "אם לא ימצא הגנב".. האות ה' במילה הגנב, לא נכתבה מעולם
A comment posted pointed out that
פסוק ו : אם יימצא הגנב ישלם שניים
The verse that was quoted in the article is actually verse 7.
Regardless, it makes for a fascinating story. I'll try to get an update of which verse it was.
UPDATE: It seems that the verse was verse 7 - "אם לא ימצא הגנב" If the thief is not found - which turned out to be the case in this story.