An employee counts USD notes at a money change outlet in Jakarta on June 14, 2013. Indonesia's central bank unexpectedly hiked interest rates for the first time in more than two years as it seeks to boost confidence in the rupiah after the currency fell to a four-year low. AFP PHOTO / Bay ISMOYO (Photo credit should read BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images)

CBS Local — A Goodwill employee working at a thrift store in Queens, New York, made a shocking discovery while going through a batch of donated items in August.
According to reports, Kindell Keyes found $39,000 in cash stuffed in a purse that belonged to a customer’s grandmother before she passed away.
Thinking it was all a prank, the assistant manager of the Long Island City shop didn’t realize that the money was left in the purse by mistake.
“I started looking around like, who’s setting me up? There’s no way,” Keyes said. It was no joke; the two brothers from California who donated the 101-year-old’s property reportedly had no idea their grandmother had hidden so much cash in her New York home.
Keyes decided the only thing to do was to turn the money over to her manager. Goodwill was able to track down the brothers and let them know about the discovery. …
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