(Image source: The Inquisitr)

BY NATHAN GIANNINI

A Massachusetts man must be thanking his lucky stars after a Good Samaritan stumbled upon a bag he’d left at a department store. NECN has more.

Cheryl Gavazzi was shopping at a marshall's in swampscott on tuesday. she noticed a handbag on the rack. she looked inside... and found more than 11-thousand-dollars.”

The Boston Globe notes, Gavazzi thought she might have stumbled upon something sinister. “‘This is a drug thing,’ was my first thought … ‘I’m going to get killed.’”

The bag looked similar to the one in this picture. Also inside were diapers, baby wipes and medical ID cards for four children.

Gavazzi took the bag to a police station. WBZ has more.

“Swampscott Police had already received a frantic call from the bag’s owner saying the money inside was supposed to be sent to Guatemala to build a church.”

The bag’s owner did not want to be identified, but the Boston Globe reports -- he met with Gavazzi that night in a restaurant parking lot and insisted on giving her a $200 reward for her honesty.

Woman Finds, Returns $11,000 Found in Handbag

by Nathan Giannini
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Nov 20, 2012

Woman Finds, Returns $11,000 Found in Handbag

(Image source: The Inquisitr)

BY NATHAN GIANNINI

A Massachusetts man must be thanking his lucky stars after a Good Samaritan stumbled upon a bag he’d left at a department store. NECN has more.

Cheryl Gavazzi was shopping at a marshall's in swampscott on tuesday. she noticed a handbag on the rack. she looked inside... and found more than 11-thousand-dollars.”

The Boston Globe notes, Gavazzi thought she might have stumbled upon something sinister. “‘This is a drug thing,’ was my first thought … ‘I’m going to get killed.’”

The bag looked similar to the one in this picture. Also inside were diapers, baby wipes and medical ID cards for four children.

Gavazzi took the bag to a police station. WBZ has more.

“Swampscott Police had already received a frantic call from the bag’s owner saying the money inside was supposed to be sent to Guatemala to build a church.”

The bag’s owner did not want to be identified, but the Boston Globe reports -- he met with Gavazzi that night in a restaurant parking lot and insisted on giving her a $200 reward for her honesty.

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