TRAFALGAR, Ind. -- A Trafalgar woman says her faith in humanity was restored after a stranger returned her stolen camera.
Emily Riedel returned from a vacation to Disney only to realize she left her camera bag behind. After contacting her airline, they notified her that her camera bag was stolen.
Emily took her plea to Facebook asking for the person who stole her camera to please just return the SD card with her memories that cannot be replaced.
She posted her work address hoping that people would share it, and maybe it would reach the right person.
And It appears whoever had Emily’s camera had a change of heart.
Not only was the SD card shipped to her work but also her camera and all its contents.
She posted about the delivery on her Facebook posts and hopes that it will be shared enough so that the person who sent it will know how grateful she is for the package.
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