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Man donates stack of clothes to Goodwill, leaves loaded pistol in pile

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A Prescott, Wisconsin, man remembered belatedly that a pile of clothes he'd just donated to Goodwill had a little something extra in it: a loaded pistol.

The man donated clothes to Goodwill centers in both Hudson and Woodbury and is not sure where the .22-caliber Smith & Wesson wound up. Woodbury Patch reports the man says it was in a bag he'd slipped between a couple pairs of Dockers.

He alerted authorities in both cities but the weapon has not turned up yet.

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