PUBLISHED: 11:47 23 May 2019 | UPDATED: 11:47 23 May 2019 The Sue Ryder shop in Wells which the mystery person visited. Picture: Google Maps Archant A mystery shopper could be sitting on a £18,000 windfall without knowing it. Tourists Bob and Margaret Southgate are trying to trace a woman who bought a vase from a charity shop in north Norfolk.The couple, from Towcester in Northamptonshire, visited the Sue Ryder store in Staithe Street, Wells, on Tuesday, May 14.While there, they spotted a customer buying a vase for £5. The couple later realised that the vase was similar to one they had seen on the Antiques Roadshow, which was worth about £18,000. You may also want to watch: They want to speak to the shopper as they believe she might not know the true value of her purchase. Mr Southgate said: “In the shop I saw a lady holding a metal vase, which was very heavy and an odd shape. “I could see a maker’s name on the bottom of the vase plus New York marked there. My wife and I left the shop but there was something about the vase that stuck in my mind.”I had seen the same… Read full this story
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