It wasn't a rare novel, but workers remodeling the Shute Park Library in Hillsboro made quite a find. A wallet from 1979 was found tucked inside the electrical box of the library. Inside the wallet were four ID cards, including a bartender's license, for Joshie South, then living in Forest Grove.
Police believe the wallet may belong to a Joshie South, now 60 years old and living in Brooklyn, NY. However, South has not returned their calls.
The electrical box also contained a rusty knife, but they don't believe it's connected to the wallet. As for how the wallet ended up in the box, nobody seems to know.
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