Employee at the Glasgow's Cancer Research shop
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Mystery man gives Glasgow cancer charity shop £20,000

Charity shop workers in Glasgow are trying to trace a man who handed in a donation of £20,000 and left before they had a chance to thank him.

The mystery benefactor handed an envelope containing a banker's draft to a volunteer at the Sauchiehall Street branch of Cancer Research UK.

It is believed to be the biggest gift received at any Cancer Research shop in the UK and workers at the store now want to trace him to say thanks.

Catriona Renton reports from Glasgow.

  • 04 Oct 2010
  • From the section UK
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