Christmas miracle in January
It was somewhat of a Christmas miracle, albeit a few weeks late for one Kelowna woman who had her wallet stolen.
Noelle Jefferys had her wallet stolen on Christmas Day when a thief broke into her car. Now four weeks later it has been returned to her doorstep with a hand written note from the City of Kelowna.
All of her cards and identification were still intact; the only things missing were four lottery tickets, two gas cards and $20 cash.
She says it was a really nice surprise and a great way to start her day.
The note said her wallet had been found at the Dilworth soccer park, near where she lives.
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