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Good Samaritan turns in wallet heavy with cash

Somebody's holidays just got a whole lot better.

A Good Samaritan turned in a wallet to Saanich police on Dec. 15 containing a large quantity of cash.

The wallet was found near the Thrifty Foods store in Broadmead Plaza.

Police want to return the wallet to its owner, so if you believe the discovery rightfully belongs to you, you're asked to go to the front desk at Saanich police headquarters at 760 Vernon Ave.

You must be able to identify what the wallet looks like, as well as the amount in the wallet and the denominations of the bills.

 

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