Good deed put minds at ease

Editor:

A month ago, my daughter had her purse stolen while we were out for a birthday celebration in White Rock.

Editor:

A month ago, my daughter had her purse stolen while we were out for a birthday celebration in White Rock.

I don’t need to talk much about the misery that can create. Aside from missing cash, one worries about credit cards, stolen identities and all the horror stories that go with that.

About three days after the theft, she got a call a from Jeffrey Cook, a First Nations member who, while mowing the newly fenced-in Semiahmoo Park, saw the discarded wallet. Just knowing all that personal information wasn’t floating around in the criminal world was comforting. Jeffrey refused to take a reward for putting our minds at ease, saying he was happy to have helped.

Thank you, Jeffrey Cook.

Susan Potzold, White Rock

 

 

Just Posted

City of Surrey to remove eight dead trees along stretch of road where SUV was hit

Assessment confirms tree that fell was dead; others to be removed ‘early this week’

CCTV cameras help Surrey RCMP arrest two bank robbery suspects

The robberies were in North Surrey on Nov. 7 and Oct. 1

New Surrey Police force ‘swallowing up’ city’s funds, Annis says

City councillor says draft city budget shows new force coming at expense of ‘everything else’ in the city

Guitar ‘swap & sale’ planned at Cloverdale’s Shannon Hall

40-plus vendors are signed up for event on Saturday, Nov. 23

Totems, Mariners win South Fraser volleyball titles

South Surrey teams now advance to provincial high school championships in Langley

Cold, stormy winter forecast across much of Canada, The Weather Network predicts

In British Columbia temperatures will be slightly above normal and precipitation will be just below normal

UPDATED: Vancouver Island’s Joe gets suspended sentence in Teddy the dog cruelty case

Melissa Tooshley expected in court on Thursday in same case

Nineteen boats carrying invasive mussels stopped at B.C. borders

Waters of Columbia-Shuswap still test mussel-free

Woman ‘horrified’ after being told to trek 200 kilometres home from Kamloops hospital

‘I can’t get from Kamloops back to 100 Mile House injured, confused… no shoes, no clothes whatsoever’

Canadian universities encourage exchange students in Hong Kong to head home

UBC said 11 of its 32 students completing programs in Hong Kong have already left

Midget no more: Sweeping division name changes coming to minor hockey in Canada

Alpha-numeric division names will be used for the 2020-2021 season and beyond

Duncan man gets suspended sentence in Teddy the dog cruelty trial

Joe also gets lifetime ban on owning animals

B.C. pushes for greater ‘transparency’ in gasoline pricing

Legislation responds to fuel price gap of up to 13 cents

B.C. woman ordered to return dog to ex-boyfriend for $2,000

After the two broke up, documents state, they agree to share custody of the dog, named Harlen

Most Read

l -->