Linda Rost was working at a cosmetics counter at the now being renovated Downtown Minneapolis Dayton's Store, which later became Macy's. Her wallet was stolen from her purse. And recently when some ductwork came down, there was her wallet. According to KARE 11 Char Nelson, a worker for the demolition company happened to see it and tracked down Rost on Facebook. And gave her back her wallet.

Rost said her wallet just had a couple of dollars in it when it was stolen. But there were many other things still there when she got it back. Her driver's license was there as well as her university ID card, a $23 natural gas bill and a 59-cent card of buttons Rost purchased for a coat that is no longer around. Also, it had her Dayton's credit card and school pictures of some of her cousins.

We have all lost things like wallets and keys, rings etc over the years. Wishing we would find them or get them back. How cool is this to get this back after 50 years.