A bloke has been posting money through random people’s letterboxes in a Brit town, with police now investigating.
Baffled residents in Frome, Somerset, have started receiving cash and letters without warning.
It is not yet clear why, nor how much money is being handed out.
The Frome Neighbourhood Policing Team said: "[We] have received reports of a male posting sums of money and letters through doors in the community.
"We are keen to speak to this male and ascertain the reasoning behind this act."
Locals mocked police for investigating the apparent acts of kindness.
Writing on Facebook, one said: "I would much rather you be concerned with the amount of fly tipping and rubbish across our town, than a random act of kindness!"
Another added: "But surely, someone will have reported this in order for this to have been posted.
“Are acts of kindness really that rare now, that people are afraid/upset when it happens?!"
Earlier this month, shoppers were left shocked and tearful after being handed envelopes of cash by kind-hearted strangers.
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Becca Bate, 39, was walking into Home Bargains in Liscard with her daughter-in-law on Monday when a woman gave her a white envelope in passing.
Written on the front was a message reading: "Enjoy your shopping! In memory of my dad who passed 19/11/20. A gift for you!"
It wasn't until they got inside the store that the pair looked inside the envelope and were shocked to find a £20 note.
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Becca told the Liverpool Echo: "I was just about to walk into Home Bargains and this lady just came over to us and asked 'can I just give you this?'
“It was a white envelope. I was quite stunned really, I didn't know what it was.
"I walked into Home Bargains and then I opened it and there was £20 inside. I was shocked.”
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"I said to my daughter-in-law, 'oh my god there's £20 in here'.
"A couple of people were looking at me, I must have looked that shocked that someone had given me something."
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