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Happy Ending: Lost keys belonged to Wally Burress

They were found by City of Columbia workers Kenneth Dulin and his crew, and advertised by CJR Ann Melton

Wally Burress writes:
Mr Waggener, I just wanted to say "Thank You' for the fine service you provide! I check out Columbia Magazine nearly every day and yesterday I noticed where some lost keys were found next door to my Grandmother's house, where my mother recently lost them. She was very glad to get them back as it saved a lot of time getting them replaced. Also thanks to Mr. Dulin and his crew for turning them in. - Wally Burress
Comments re article 50054 Set of keys found in drive on Adair Avenue

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