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Based on a news snip in the silly season, a man walking his dog found £4.5 million in bin liners on the beach.
When Geoffrey Wilson took his dog for an early morning walk, he found some plastic bags floating on the tide. He thought they may contain drugs, but found they were full of money. His instinct to grab the money and run is tempered by the idea that whoever lost it will want it back again. So will it ...