Dear Decaturish – Help me find the teenagers who returned my wallet

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 6, 2015
Depiction of the biblical teaching of Jesus, the Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37). Source: Wikimedia Commons

Depiction of the biblical teaching of Jesus, the Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37). Source: Wikimedia Commons

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Dear Decaturish,

Help!

I am looking for two teens who returned my wallet last night.

I am full-time working mother of a 3.5 month old infant and a 23 month old toddler.  I live at warp speed, which apparently caused me to drop my wallet last night (Wednesday, August 5th) at the Target store located on N. Druid Hills.  As providence would have it, two teens found my wallet and drove it to my house.

I was completely caught off guard/shocked and flustered.  I was amazed by their integrity and the forethought to drop it off.  I should mention everything was intact, including all of my cash!  Anyway, I’d really would like to thank the kids again and further express my gratitude with a reward.

One teen was a young slender blonde(sh) girl, maybe 5’ 5” and the other was a dark-haired boy of slightly shorter height.  I think they were driving a small red car (e.g. Ford Fiesta, Toyota Yaris, etc). My guess is that they are Lakeside or St. Pius students. Can you help me to spread this story so I can find the teens? I live near Oak Grove/Briarcliff/Sagamore Hills/Briarlake area.

Thanks so much!

– Aba Rogers (ayankah@gmail.com)

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  • Good deeds do happen!

    Sounds like great teens and a great grateful mother!

  • An American Patriot

    I guess she was too busy with her toddlers to get this information when they were at her front door.

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