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LETTER: Elderly Maple Ridge woman grateful to retrieve her purse

Arlene Streng wishes she could personally thank the kind ‘lady’ who rescued her

Dear Editor,

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

To the lady who found my purse on the shopping cart at Wal-Mart and turned it into the staff on Wednesday, Oct. 16, thank you!

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My life is in that purse, and everything was still there.

I wish I knew who you were, so that I could thank you personally.

Arlene Streng, Maple Ridge

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