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Arizona rock band returns wallet found at Tyler gas station

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Member of The Black Moods holds wallet found at Tyler gas station Member of The Black Moods holds wallet found at Tyler gas station
(KYTX) - TYLER -- An Arizona rock bank went to great lengths to return a wallet full of cash members found while stopped at a Tyler gas station. 

A video posted on YouTube Monday shows members of the Black Moods moments discussing the wallet after finding it in the early morning of June 11. Inside was a lot of cash and the owner's drivers license. A comment from the woman's grandmother on the band's YouTube page says her granddaughter was driving from Seattle with her 4-year-old daughter when she left it on a gas pump. 

Band members were able to find the woman on Facebook and let her know that her wallet was safe. The band was headed to Austin for a gig and coincidentally the woman's father happened to leave nearby. The next day they met up with the woman's father and returned her wallet. They band also gave the family a CD, but the family says they are already fans of the band. 

You can watch the full video here. There is graphic language in the video. 

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