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The Texas plumber who found cash stashed in the walls of Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church will be rewarded with $20,000 for coming forward with the discovery.

The plumber, only identified as Justin, found about 500 envelopes stashed in the walls of the church last month. It is still unclear how much money was discovered in the walls. Houston police said the recovered money is in connection to a 2014 robbery at the church, where $200,000 in cash and $400,000 in checks were stolen from a church safe.

The article goes on to state the following:

A group called Crime Stoppers of Houston announced a $5,000 reward back in 2014 for information in the case. Lakewood put up a supplemental reward of $20,000 at the time, which the church donated to Crime Stoppers in 2016.


In a press release, Crime Stoppers of Houston announced:

“Crime Stoppers of Houston is a public safety organization that thrives on the public safety of all communities. We believe that it takes all of us, working together, to keep Houston safe and thriving. In 2014, Lakewood Church gave us $20,000 to work on this case. In 2016, they chose to gift us those funds for operations. Today, we are gifting that same about of money to this Good Samaritan and wishing he and his family a wonderful holiday season.”

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