Officer replaces kids stolen Pokemon card collection

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  1. BurningDesire
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    BurningDesire GBAtemp Psycho!

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    After some sad news about a former temp passing away I thought it would be time for some happy news to show that happy things can even happen in sad times.


    A police officer donated his collection of Pokemon trading cards to young boy who had his stolen.
    After his shift ended, Grotenrath dug through his closet and found his old collection of Pokemon cards. He returned to Bryce's home and gave them to the boy. One of the cards was the rare Ancient Mew.

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    As for the boy who nabbed Bryce's cards, he was given a "talking to," but no charges were filed.
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  2. Touko White

    Touko White Scarlet's Clone

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    That's quite a find ^^
     
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  3. Luckkill4u

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    My ancient mew was stolen too when I was a kid. It totally sucked but oh well I gave all my old pokemon cards away anyways.

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  4. TheGrayShow1467

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    It's rare, but not worth much; only $6.99...
     
  5. TheVinAnator

    TheVinAnator GBATemp's Greatest Vin

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    <3 what a nice thing to here lmao if that was me hands off my damn mew
     
  6. RevPokemon

    RevPokemon GBATemp's 3rd Favorite Transgirl

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    Still to a kid a pokemon card can be priceless. That's how my 11 y/o cousin is and that is how I was.
     
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