(STORYFUL) - A teenager in Sacramento, California, was praised for returning a wallet with $1,500 inside to its owner after finding it on the street. Tyler Opdyke's good deed was captured on video by Melissa Vang whose husband owns the wallet.
In the video, Opdyke can be seen gesturing towards a camera mounted outside Vang's home, saying he was leaving the wallet outside her door.
In a Facebook post accompanying the video, Vang said she didn't open the door after hearing the bell because it was a stranger, but added she later felt sad because she "didn't trust him to open my door when he was just doing a good deed."
Melissa thanked him with a reward of $150 for his kindness.