After a Salvation Army kettle was stolen from an Oshkosh, Wisc., Walmart, a mysterious man wearing a sign around his neck arrived to help save the day in a most unusual manner.
The man was offering $5 to anyone who needed help, according to Sofia Way, a local resident who wrote about the gift-giver on her Facebook page.
“Are you kidding me….” Way wrote. “This man is AWESOME in front of the Oshkosh Walmart in the falling snow Merry Christmas all!”
The sign said:
I have a job.
I have a car.
I have a roof over my head.
Do you need $5?
Police have released surveillance video of the suspected kettle thief and are asking for information from anyone who may have seen him, according to The Northwestern.
The mystery man with the sign has not been identified, either, but he appears to have reinvigorated the Christmas spirit for some.
H/T: The Blaze
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