Kansas police have found the missing wallet owner for nearly 50 years

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The Kansas Police Department has tracked down the owner of a handmade wallet that went missing nearly 50 years ago.

The missing item was found recently and turned over to officers in Great Bend, a town of about 15,000, about two hours northwest of Wichita.

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The long-lost wallet still contains many items, including a Social Security card and a driver’s license, including the 1974 expiration date, The Great Bend Police Department In a Facebook post On Thursdays.

Police have found the owner, who lives about three hours east of Great Bend, in Lawrence, Kansas.

The Kansas Police Department has found the owner of a handmade wallet that was lost nearly 50 years ago.

The man was “knocked out” when the call was made, and in the early 1970s he told police he had lost his wallet, police said.

The man told police the wallet was still in the house.

“We don’t have these kinds of fun stories to share every day,” the department said.

“What a great story and it made us laugh!”

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