I've yet to steel / I haven't stolen (identifier) (yet)
Yet anticipates that something might happen soon,
even though it has not happened yet This form emphasises yet using a kind of inversion
to put yet strongly at the front.
This gives more feeling of anticipation that
the action is more likely to actually happen.
I haven't stolen your book
(I am probably not going to steel your book)
I've yet to steel his book
( I haven't but might well steel it soon )