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Found money presents boys a choice

A mother was thrilled by the action her sons took after finding lost money.  (Source: JenniferArismendi/CNN) A mother was thrilled by the action her sons took after finding lost money. (Source: JenniferArismendi/CNN)

LAYTON, UTAH (CNN) - Two young Utah boys were caught on video deciding what to do with found money: keep it or try to find its owner. 

Eli Squire asks his brother, Bronx Squire, a question.

"Do you want to do the right thing to do or keep it?"

Bronx replies positively. 

"Do the right thing to do."

They climbed a neighbor's stairs and asked her, Jennifer Aismendi, whether the money belonged to her. Her surveillance video is the one that caught the boys discussing the found money. 

She answered yes, and they handed it over. She thanked them. 

The boys' mother, Becky Squire, was thrilled by her sons' action. 

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