Who says New Yorkers aren’t good?
A New York City girl was reunited with $10,000 in money after a great Samaritan found it on a subway platform and turned it into police weeks in the past.
The girl, recognized as Aya, was heading again to her native Kazakhstan and had the cash inside a blue Chanel purse on the subway — which is the place she by accident left it, she advised reporters, in keeping with NBC New York. Aya mentioned she had the cash as a result of it was simpler to take out as money within the U.S. than in Kazakhstan.
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Meanwhile, Richard Taverna was ready for his prepare residence to the Upper West Side of Manhattan when he discovered the bag on the platform. He took the cash to the NYPD’s 20th Precinct, the place cops later heard about Aya’s plight, in keeping with the New York Post.
Officers mentioned they have been pleased with Taverna for doing the correct factor, however Taverna mentioned he was simply shocked at how a lot consideration the act obtained.
“This was one of the nicest moments we’ve been privileged to witness in the 20th Precinct,” Deputy Inspector Timothy J. Malin, Commanding Office tweeted. “This is a great story of honesty and caring, it involves two absolutely delightful people, and it has a happy ending. The best of the #UWS was on display today in our stationhouse!”
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The girl gave Taverna a trophy bearing an necessary Kazakh image as a token of her appreciation, in keeping with NBC New York.
Fox News’ Paulina Dedaj contributed to this report.
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