TULSA - The Salvation Army received another mysterious donation this year in a red kettle.
Volunteers in Tulsa found a liberty gold coin valued at $1,800 in a kettle outside of a Reasor's Saturday night.
Previously, someone dropped a South African coin worth thousands of dollars into a red kettle.
Local officials think it could be the same person giving them the donations.
"This has been happening for about 15 years," said Maj. Roy Williams, area commander of the Tulsa Salvation Army. "It's an anonymous donor... not for sure who does it. We really appreciate who made this donation and the ones who donate all year round to us."
Tulsa Gold and Silver matched up to $10,000 in donations that day.
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