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The police in the Area have contributed to the “a Christmas blessing” for a woman who has lost more than $11,000 in traveler’s checks for more than a decade ago.

On Monday, a local resident, registered with the Foley Police Department with an unusual case report. The guy had recently bought an old bag for a Foley the second-hand store, only to realize later that it was $11,570 in traveler’s checks stashed “in a bag attached to the bottom surface of the luggage, police said.

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There was also a signature on the back of the checks carried out by the police and gave enough information to track down the Karen McGurk, the original owner of the kit.

McGurk later told the police that they can buy traveller’s cheques since 1997. She told me that she thought they were gone forever, when her house was broken into a few years later, the thieves in the chest.

“What they don’t know is that [audits] will expire, never,” the Foley Police Department wrote on Facebook.

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The police are in the Area, helped to facilitate what they called “a Christmas blessing”, after a local resident was more than $11,000 in traveler’s checks, which were thought to be lost forever.
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On Monday, McGurk was to pick up the checks, and tell the authorities they’re going to have to use them in order to pay off the medical bills, and to fund a procedure to which they have not previously been able to afford it.

“It was definitely a Christmas blessing:” the department wrote.

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Commenters on the Facebook soon erupted with praise to the person who returned the check, as well as the exaltation of McGurk is reunited with her money.

“How wonderful it is for her. Thank you to the honest person that the two of them. Thank you, Foley, the Police will examine them, to return it to the owner!” wrote one commenter. “Great story!”

“Wow! What a beautiful story!” said one of the others. “I just hope that this man is truly blessed, and I know that it is what the lady needs. God, he will bless you!”

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The waterfront Rescue Mission, which operates in a second hand shop that has recently been sold, the case, adding that it was “very honored” to be a part of the story.

“Our store is honored to serve as a guide for this amazing Christmas blessing!,” she shared.

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