Thanks to the wonderful girls who handed in my bag

09:37 06 December 2012

MANY thanks to the persons who took my handbag in to customer services at Tesco, Abbots Ripton, on Thursday, November 22.

I had left it hanging on the trolley when I retrieved my pound. I was so grateful and relieved when customer services gave it to me and said two young girls had handed it in.

What a wonderful thing in this day and age that there are many honest people in our country.

My thanks once again, to whomever you are.

DI POLLEY

Huntingdon

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