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Man Searching for Tourist who Found & Returned his Wallet in Zadar

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Did you find a wallet in Zadar and return it to a bakery? If you did then the owner wants to hear from you to give you your reward…

A Zadar man is looking for the tourist that returned his wallet so that he can shout her a 7-day holiday in Zadar. According to daily 24sata, the man had lost his wallet, which had 2,800 kuna and 100 USD inside, during a screening of a film at the Avvantura film festival which is going on in Zadar at the moment.

When the man turned up his business premise the following morning a woman at the bakery next door gave him a plastic bag with his wallet inside. The woman explained that a young female tourist had returned the wallet after finding an address inside it. The woman was leaving Zadar and had to drop it off early and the bakery was the only shop open close by the owner’s premise.

If that was you, or you know who it was, then send us an email: [email protected]

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