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LETTER: Reward offered to help relocate wallet lost in Maple Ridge

Grocery store worker trying to find his valuables – likely lost in a Good Samaritan’s van

Dear Editor,

My boyfriend was waiting at a bus stop when a man in an old blue Dodge Caravan offered him a ride to Save-On-Foods, where my boyfriend works.

He said “yes,” despite not being sure who it was, he only recognized him from somewhere.

He arrived safely.

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However, his wallet fell out in the van and we don’t know how to contact this individual.

We are offering a $50 reward for returning the wallet and the contents inside.

His name is Keegan Mack, and he works at the Save-On-Foods in the Valley Fair Mall.

Savannah Hutton, Maple Ridge

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