The search is on for a five-year-old girl who captured the spirit of Christmas after she left a note of apology and two £1 coins to pay for a bauble she broke in a John Lewis store.
In what could be a script for a Christmas ad, the girl, known only as Faith, wrote to the John Lewis store in Cambridge to say sorry for the accident.
She taped the coins to the hand-written note, which included a self-portrait.
She wrote: "To John Lewis, Cambridge. I'm sorry I broke a Christmas bauble on Saturday. It cost two pounds. Here is the money for it. Sorry again." She signed the letter 'Faith, aged five'.
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