Who took a bracelet from a girl at the Y?

Published 9:00 am Friday, February 12, 2010

A friend of mine has a very sad granddaughter because someone stole her charm bracelet. This took place at the local YMCA after swimming practice. Her heart was broken as she can’t understand why anyone could do such a thing as take something that belongs to someone else.

I, as a friend of the family, am asking parents to be on the look out for a charm bracelet on a child’s wrist that does not belong to this person.

These charms had very special meaning to this girl, i.e. some were purchased while vacationing with her family.

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If this special bracelet should happen to appear out of the blue, please turn it in to the desk at the YMCA. They are aware of this loss. No questions will be asked of you.

It breaks my heart to think anyone could keep the bracelet when it isn’t theirs. I don’t understand how a young girl could wear it and not think of the girl who it belongs to and how sad she must be.

Hopefully, this bracelet will find its way back to its rightful owner.

Eunice Hatleli

Albert Lea