Store manager finds and rewards honest shoppers caught on camera - WRBL

Store manager finds and rewards honest shoppers caught on camera

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NEW JERSEY -

It's a feel-good follow-up to a story about some honest shoppers.  We told you about the group of young men who came into a New Jersey convenience store to shop; even though the store was closed at the time, the doors were unlocked and the lights were on.  When they went to pay for their items, no cashier was there.  Still, they left their money on the counter to pay for their things. 

Now the honest guys caught on camera have been found on the gridiron at nearby William Paterson University; all four are football players.

"We didn't see anyone at the cash register, so we were walking around," explains Kell'e Gallimore.  "We were like, 'Hello, is anyone here? Anybody here?'  Nobody answered."

"I want to just say that these guys are awesome." said Marci Lederman, Buddy's Small Lots.    

The store manager came over to personally thank the players and, as she promised, she gave them a $50 shopping spree.

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