Stomper reunited with her wallet thanks to gracious act by two girls from Yishun Primary School 

Submitted by Stomper Priscilla

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While Yishun has been in the spotlight recently for being synonymous with cat abuse, loan sharks and having strange individuals, it seems like there is still hope for the northern town. 

Stomper Priscilla alerted Stomp to two good Samaritans from Yishun Primary School who returned her lost wallet yesterday (Mar 2). 

The Stomper said:

"My daughter had an accident in school last week and is on crutches, so I have to fetch her from school every day.

"Thankfully I have nice neighbours who send her to school in the morning.  

"Today was no exception as I went along my normal routine.

"However, when we reached home, I realised that my wallet was missing. I started panicking as I had more than $1,500 inside.

"I asked the cab driver if he could drive me back to where he picked me up and even though he was reluctant at first, he eventually relented. 

"I was really thankful for that but there was still no sign of my wallet. At this point in time, I started tearing when I received a call from my brother and he said that two girls had come my doorstep to return my lost wallet.

"I couldn't be more thankful to the two girls from Yishun Primary School and I think they deserve a special mention.

"Chelsea Oh and Ng Sin Hui from Yishun Primary School, kudos to your kind hearts and your good deed! 

"A shoutout to Uber driver Nurman of car plate SLE219T. Thank you for your patience and understanding!" 

Last year, fellow Yishun Primary School student Ashvin Gunasegaran, then 12 years old, made headlines when he rushed to the aid of accident victims after witnessing a two-car collision at the junction of Yishun Ring Road and Yishun Avenue 2.

He was later shortlisted as a nominee for the Straits Times Singaporean Of The Year 2016 award.