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Woman loses mother’s birthday gift, 50K cash

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A woman is searching for a black box with 50,000 THB inside, the box was a birthday gift to her mother. She saved up the money over a period of 2 years and is extremely disappointed to have lost the gift. A Facebook Page named “Nokgrajok News” posted the story online to help the woman search for her money. The page revealed inside the box was 1,000 THB bills amounting to 50,000 THB with a message from the daughter that states “Happy Birthday Mom, I wish you good health. This 50,000 cash should make you happy haha. Love you mom”. She lost the box after accidentally placing it on the back of her car. 

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The incident took place on 25 October 2020 at 10.30 when Tarnthip 35-year-old lost the cash. Tarnthip contacted the news page stating it was her mother’s birthday. She was meeting with her mom to celebrate the birthday and to give her mom the gift. It was meant to be a surprise that she had been planning for over 2 years. The cash was inside the box placed in a black cloth bag. She got into her car and drove from her home on 26 Suksawat Road to the Suksawat Big C mall in Samut Prakan Province near Bangkok. She wanted to buy a birthday cake to give with the present. When she arrived at the mall the woman realized the box was left on the back of her car unsecured. She placed the box before closing her house gate but it was gone by the time she arrived at Big C. 

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The woman returned to the road but the box was nowhere to be found. Videos from security cameras nearby confirmed that she left the box unattended on her vehicle before driving out onto the road. The woman is disappointed in herself as it was not easy to save up the money. A report has been filed at the Rat Burana Police Station. The mother and daughter are still waiting to hear if someone had found the box. They are offering a prize for whoever returns it, you can contact the daughter by telephone at 061-652-5662. 

Credit: Khaosod

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