POMONA, California (AP) — A thrift store worker in Southern
California says she didn’t think twice about returning $30,000 she
found in donated clothing.
Barbarita Nunez was sorting clothes on
Tuesday at the Veterans Thrift Store when she found a small box. Inside
was an envelope of cash. Nunez said at first she thought the money was
fake. But just in case, she gave it to her supervisor.
The money turned out to belong to a woman who had recently died. It was returned to her family, who gave Nunez a cash reward.
said she will send some of the reward to Mexico so her mother can have
an eye operation and will use the rest to buy a digital camera.