2-year-old Shreds More Than $1000 In Cash

A Salt Lake City couple left an envelope full of $1,060 out on a table in their home when it mysteriously went missing. 

The couple, Ben and Jackee Belnap are die-hard University of Utah football fans. They have been saving up for over a year to pay back Ben's parents for season tickets. 

Once the couple realized that the envelope of money was missing they tore up their house. They look everywhere including under the rugs, in the drawers, in the couch, even in the garbage! 

Well the money ended up being in the shredder.... and the culprit, their 2-year-old, Leo Belnap. 


They knew that their son was at fault because he had recently helped them shred paperwork. Jackee Belnap said that at first she cried but then laughed. 

But there is good news, there is service that is devoted to “redeeming” burned, waterlogged, chemically altered, rodent-chewed or deteriorated money. The service is also free to the public! According to the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing website the currency, "must be forwarded to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing for examination by trained experts before any redemption is made." So hopefully the couple will get their money back!

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