BRIDGEVILLE, Pa. — A Pennsylvania man found an envelope stuffed with $3,600 and returned it to the newlyweds who lost it after their wedding reception.
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David and Ashley Marasco, of Bridgeville, had mistakenly driven off with their wedding album on top of the trunk of their car Sunday. The money had been tucked inside.
Another motorist pointed out the album on the trunk, but the envelope had already fallen out.
Brennan Breene, also of Bridgeville, says he saw the envelope with cash sticking out Sunday in the middle of Washington Pike, a busy highway southwest of Pittsburgh. So, he stopped to pick it up.
He says he learned about the Maraco's misfortune Monday from local news websites, so he gave the cash to police to be returned.
Breene says he knew the money wasn't his.
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