A Pennsylvania mother who is grieving the loss of her 2-month-old son didn’t ask for her wallet or tablet back when a thief stole her purse last week. Her only request was that the tiny memory card (with more than 500 photos) inside her purse be returned. The card contained irreplaceable images of her son, who died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome earlier in the year.
Patricia Harris took her plea to the York Daily Record who then shared it on their Facebook page. Additionally, Her fiance put fliers in the area around her home in an effort to get the memory card returned.
The post was then shared hundreds of times as readers expressed their sympathy. A local business a local sales manager for Penn Brewery offered a reward for the memory card. In an effort to have her purse returned, she purposely left her car unlocked. (yorkdispatch.com)
Hours later, the memory card was returned.
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