WASHINGTON, D.C. (WLS) -- An anonymous donor helped replace $1,500 worth of stolen Girl Scout cookie money.
Traci Brown was selling cookies with her 7-year-old daughters in D.C. when she was robbed earlier this week.
Brown and her daughter were selling the iconic cookies near Capitol Hill on Monday when a thief saw her put a bag of money in her van.
The thief took the cash before she could stop him.
She was even injured trying to catch the thief.
But a retired military man came to the rescue and transferred the money to her account.
Brown says she and the girls will be back at this week.
Anonymous donor replaces $1.5K worth of stolen Girl Scout cookie money
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