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Teenager returns lost wallet with $1500 inside to owner

21 September 2017

Earlier this week, 18-year-old Tyler Opdyke was passing out fliers in a neighborhood when he found a wallet outside of a home. What he did next is going viral.

It turns out, she had seem him earlier when he first came by but because she was home with her two young children, she chose to wait until he left to check the front door.

The teen knocked on the property's door in a bid to give the cash back, but Vang was too afraid to answer to a stranger.

"I was knocking on the door for a minute or two", Tyler told ABC 10.

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Later, Opdyke returned to make sure no one had taken the wallet and the cash. He had heard Vang's little girls inside the house.

That's when she saw the young man waving her husband's wallet, placing it under her doormat and then leaving to continue handing out fliers.

According to the outlet, Melissa Vang was home with her two kids when she heard a knock at the door - which she ignored. "I was like 'perfect, here's a camera right there'".

However, once Vang realized what the mystery man at the door wanted, she realized he was long gone. She later checked security footage and spotted Tyler Opdyke, 18, in the midst of the exemplary act.

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"He said 'good, or else I would've told my mom, '" said Opdyke.

"I'm like how can I find some way to let them know that I have this [wallet]". But she found him later, and thanked him for his kind gesture.

"I've been raised in the Church all my life and I just felt this is not mine", said Opdyke.

So when a teenager stumbled upon a wallet filled with a wad of cash inside, one might think he'd run off into the abyss and spend that money however he pleases.

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Then, he considered the family who lost the money, walked up to their home and left the wallet on their doorstep.

Teenager returns lost wallet with $1500 inside to owner