OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- A good Samaritan surprisingly stepped in when a woman recently lost her cell phone case containing all her credit cards.
Joetta McCluskey told FOX 4 she thought she lost her cell phone case forever until she and her husband got a knock on the door.
"All of my cards were in my phone case," Joetta said. "So when we got to the register I'm getting ready to pay, and I don't see my phone case. Like everything with my driver's license, my credit cards, my babies insurance card in there."
Her husband, Mal, says just a few weeks before Joetta lost her cellphone case, someone hacked into her checking account
"My first thought was no one is going to turn in a phone with all those credit cards in it," Joetta said.
Mal says when a man knocked on their door they just thought he was trying to sell something.
"Then I saw a pink cell phone cases, and I was moved to hug another grown man," Mal said.
Mal told FOX 4 he immediately thought about nominating the man for FOX 4's Pay-It-Forward Award, which comes with $300.
The kind man, Dwight, had a huge smile on his face when presented with the award.
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