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Wallet and purse returned

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My boyfriend and I had the unfortunate experience of losing our important papers, my purse and his wallet, within two weeks of each other.

The good news is with respect to my purse: someone dropped it in a mailbox. To my shock and surprise, I received my purse back in the mail about two weeks later after losing it, everything intact except my cellphone and keys.

With respect to my boyfriend’s loss, a gentlemen found his wallet across from where we reside. However, he could not access our apartment building because the main door is locked.

Imagine our surprise when one afternoon returning home from the beach, we were approached by this gentleman and his companion in the parking lot and asked if my boyfriend had lost a wallet. This fellow had kept trying our main door, and eventually found us in the parking lot.

We never did get the name of this fellow and his companion, but would like to thank them for returning the wallet. I would like also to thank the person who put my purse in the mailbox.

— Gloria Dignazio and Tim Barr

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