A woman who has appealed for the return of his Pandora bracelet has been reunited with him.
Stomper Huiwen explained earlier how she lost the bracelet, which removed the charms, near Tampines 1 and Tampines Bus Interchange on June 13.
Huiwen, who offered an award, said in a June 17 report: “The Pandora bracelet has been given to me by my family and friends for the past five years.
“It is impossible to replace and I pray hard to find it, as many charms have been dropped according to Pandora staff.”
On June 18, staff at a gift shop in Tampines 1 informed Stomp that they had found the bracelet on level 2 of the mall.
The shop is known as Gift Greetings, which is located on the same level.
Huiwen has since visited the store to collect her bracelet and shared her joy with Stomp.
She said: “I was elated and overwhelmed when I heard that someone had found my bracelet, which I did not expect as a week had passed.
“Thank you from the bottom of my heart to the staff who took the initiative to contact Stomp, rather than just leaving it under their lost and found.
“I offered the reward to the staff, but they insisted the company wouldn’t allow it. They also declined my offer for a drink, so I could only thank them.
“I really wish they would accept the token of appreciation but at the same time I’m really proud that they returned it not because of the promised reward. Nice people still exist!
“Many thanks to Stomp and their readers for their help and sharing. It’s much appreciated!”