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Boy, 7, posts heart-warming plea on bus stop to return birthday present

A letter posted at a bus stop by a seven-year-old boy has sent Twitter into overdrive.

The heart-warming message stuck to a shelter on Dog Kennel Hill, pleads for the return of the boy’s lost school bag, which contained a football kit he got for his birthday.

“If you find it please take it to the school opposite this bus stop (Dog Kennel Hill Primary School). Thank you so much,” reads the letter, which the boy signs off, “Thank you, thank you, thank you.”

After the News posted the letter online, it was shared hundreds of times on Facebook and Twitter and offers have already started coming in to replace the boy’s football kit.

 

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