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There's honesty in Surrey

I would like to thank the person who turned in my purse that I left on the bench outside the Justice store at Guildford Town Centre three days before Christmas Eve.

My heart stopped when I realized my cell phone, debit cards, and driver’s licence were all in my purse, along with a lot of cash.

With a praying heart and mind, I went to customer service, and thanks to some honest person, my purse was there.

Honesty is alive and well in Surrey.

My best Christmas present was the return of my purse, especially at this time of year.

 

Linda Scott, Langley

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