Like everyone said, it’s an earwig, a female one. Earwigs are usually predators. However, they don’t have a picky diet and can eat fruit & flowers or even rotting insects parts. Given the size of the hole compared to the size of the insect and the recently-eaten look of the wound, there’s no way the earwig did that much damage alone. Notice the angled mark at the top of the wound. That makes me more likely to think the damage was a bird, and the earwig came along to feast on the damage. I have lots of earwigs on my property, and have never seen them on any of my garden plants, though I find them hanging out in the rotting parts of various wooded shrubs along with other insects.