San Franciscans See Green in Hidden Cash Hunt

An anonymous person is leaving envelopes stuffed with money across the Bay Area.
1:17 | 05/26/14

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-- cash -- the Twitter handle that has people talking and tweeting in the Bay Area. The mystery person behind -- Twitter account is -- cash on the Streets of San Francisco and Oakland. A reward to anyone who can figure out the location of the money from a -- clue. -- -- Estrada of Oakland saw one of the clears it showed cash at three places at the lake Merritt Bart station. One of them was by the bike racks and and you exactly where those where I'm -- they were dying or the bill is done by events -- -- the container over here. That looks familiar -- I looked over. -- it and found it. Estrada already had plans for the money if he found it I donated its aids I -- -- one of my favorite causes. That benefits the San Francisco AIDS Foundation specifically he donated twenty dollars to Samantha -- -- fund raising effort she'll be cycling in the seven day ride from San Francisco to LA but her bike was stolen recently. I got to tell her about Estrada's generosity. Oh my god that's incredible I had no idea that I. Am so honored speculative. They do it contributed to this but this -- if you found that the relief. Wonderful thing that it -- -- my eighth and humanities. For now they do -- behind hidden cash remains a mystery that may be one day they will reveal their identity. On the -- ABC 7 NEWS.

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