World $2,500 cash bundles have randomly been appearing in a United Kingdom village for years, and police finally know why

01:05  15 january  2020
01:05  15 january  2020 Source:   nydailynews.com

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The mystery of the randomly appearing bundles of cash has finally been solved. In a post, the Durham Constabulary has announced that the money was left by 'two good samaritans'. Mystery finally solved. According to the post by Durham Police , both the good samaritans had 'recently'

Residents of the village , Blackhall Colliery, regularly found neat bundles of 20-pound notes, then promptly handed the money to the police . The police revealed this week that two people who wished to be known only as good Samaritans had been dotting the money around town in an effort to “give

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Bundles of cash have been appearing in Blackhall Colliery since 2014.© (Durham Constabulary) Bundles of cash have been appearing in Blackhall Colliery since 2014.

For about five years, cash bundles featuring more than $2,500 inside have been randomly appearing in a small village in the United Kingdom, according to the Durham Constabulary.

Officials finally have an explanation.

A couple, which asked to remain anonymous, came forward to police and revealed they’re the ones who have been leaving the high-priced packages in Blackhall Colliery since 2014, local police said.

And they’ve been doing it with the most charitable of intentions.

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For the past six years , Durham Police have been stumped as people come forward to say they've found the money - but now, cops say they know who Numerous bundles of cash have been found in Blackhall Colliery since 2014. Credit: PA. In a post on Facebook, Durham Constabulary, said 'two

“Both generous individuals had recently received unexpected windfalls and told police they wanted to give something back,” reads an announcement by Durham Constabulary.

“One of the Good Samaritans told detectives that they felt an ‘emotional connection’ to the village after being helped by one of the residents so she wanted to repay the kindness she received.”

There have been at least 12 occasions where a bundle — which often includes about £2,000, or $2,605 — has been found in the village.

In many instances, the person who found the cash has turned it in to police, which cops encourage finders to continuing doing in the aftermath of this revelation.

Police noted that the previous bundles left by the Good Samaritans that were turned in have each since been returned to the people who found them.

“I’m really pleased we have an answer to this mystery and am glad we can now definitively rule out the money being linked to any crime or a vulnerable person," Detective Constable John Forster said in a statement.

“I would like to thank the Good Samaritans for getting in touch and also to the honest residents of Blackhall who have continued to hand the money in."

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