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Pay It 4ward: Pair returns long-lost family memento after finding it in unlikely place

Kassi Nelson
June 18, 2018 10:29 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – It's a story only made possible through some good old detective work.

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Debra White is a case manager for the Veteran's Affairs housing program, working with people who are homeless or who used to be homeless.

That includes Timothy Carroll and Cindy Beverly. But while Carroll and Beverly live in an apartment now, they still have a hobby of dumpster-diving.

It's what they found in one of those dumpsters near their home on Central, and what they did with it, that makes them this week's Pay It 4ward recipients.

Watch the above video for more.

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