Mystery Man Buys Groceries for Lucky Shoppers in Concord

CONCORD — A lucky group of shoppers at a Grocery Outlet in Concord on Tuesday went home with bags full of groceries thanks to one man’s random act of kindness.

The man approached a manager at the store at 1840 Willow Pass Road around 4 p.m. and asked if he could pay for customers’ purchases, store manager Kevin Thomas said.

To the surprise of about half a dozen customers, the man stood at the registers and offered to pay their groceries, spending between $400 and $500 in total, the manager said.

“They were very appreciative,” Thomas said.

“He didn’t give a reason” for his generosity but “just wanted to do it,” the manager said.

Thomas said that while he and his co-workers have heard about such random acts of kindness at other retailers, this was the first time it had happened at their store.

(Copyright 2014, Bay City News, All rights reserve.)

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