Lost and found wallet: a good deed done in Wolfville

Wendy Elliott
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A woman in her 60s in Wolfville was happy to have her wallet returned after losing it last week.

The owner, who had been out jogging Jan. 24, received a call from Acadia University security staff to say her wallet had been turned in.

“Everything, including cash and ID, was there,” said Const. Blair MacMurtery. “A young man had located it.

“You hear so many negative things today, but there are some honest people out there,” said MacMurtery.

Organizations: Acadia University

Geographic location: Wolfville

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  • Bob Hobson
    February 04, 2014 - 10:55

    It's so ice to hear about the positive side of human nature.The truth is that almost every "lost" item gets found by someone. The problem is getting it back to the owner. If the finder is not able to easily figure out who it belongs to it won't get returned. This is why putting tracker tags from mystufflostandfound.com on all your stuff is such a great idea. They make it easy for someone finding your lost things to return them quickly without having your personal information exposed.