Raw video: Colorado children return portfolio rightful owner
Viral video shows Aurora children back wallet owner Nigel Drake.
During the ride their bikes, a group of Colorado children discovered a wallet with $700 on the road. But instead of keeping the cash, the children were caught on the camera back to the rightful owner.
“We found your wallet outside of your car, and we thought we would give it back to you so … I’m here so no one takes any money”, says one of the children said, when a doorbell with a camera, asking them to leave a message.
The children, of Aurora, placed the wallet in the vicinity of the house, out of shot of the camera, and rushed out with their bikes.
The wallet belonged to Nigel Drake, and when his father saw the doorbell images, he posted it on the social media in an attempt to find and thank for the children. It has since gone viral – rakes in more than 2,000 shares and 125,000 views.
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“It gives you faith in humanity a little bit that there are good kids out there,” Drake told KUSA-TV. “These children and parents are raising them the right way.”
He said that his wallet must have fallen out of his pocket, after he is out of work and was wearing the things in the house. He told KUSA that he was figuring out what to get the kids to thank.
“It gives you faith in humanity a little bit that there are good children.”
– Nigel Drake
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Two of the children are identified as Haylie Wenke, 13, and her six-year-old brother, Reagan.
Haylie Wenke said that she knows that “if you see something that someone left or disconnected, only to always give back and to do what is right.”
Reagan Wenke said he has all the money in his piggy bank.
Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. Follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.