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When a homeless man stopped by his local food bank for a meal early one August morning, he found a lot more than just food outside their door.

Kevin Booth had originally planned to grab some of the free baked goods that are left outside of the Sumner Food Bank for people to take when the facility is closed at night. Instead, he saw a peculiar brown paper bag sitting outside the locked front door.

Thinking that it held food, Booth opened the bag only to see that it contained stacks of $20 bills. The bag was collectively filled with $17,000 in cash. Needless to say, that money would have made a great difference to Booth, and there was no one around to know that he had taken it. But the 32-year-old says that he knew that the money would serve more people at the food bank, so he waited until volunteer Anita Miller arrived to open up the facility.

“There are a lot of people who would have taken it,” Booth told the News Tribune. “I’m just not that person.”

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