A MAIDEN GULLY girl whose bag was stolen in a Salvation Army store has received a new iPod.
Annie Claxton's mother Lisa Claxton phoned the Advertiser with the news on Thursday night.
"We just got a call at our front door from Danny Clapp, owner of the Good Guys," Mrs Claxton said.
"He gave Annie a brand-new iPod. It was extremely generous, he made a little girl’s day."
Annie Claxton was shopping on Monday when her satchel, pocket money and iPod were stolen. The iPod held photos and videos from a family holiday overseas.
Anyone with information can call police on 5448 1300 or hand the iPod in to Maiden Gully Post Office addressed to Annie.