The owners of an Anaheim barbershop have come forward after finding something round and shiny on their property – volleyball player Jordyn Poulter's Olympic gold medal.
Maria Carillo and Noe Hernandez, the owners of Noel Barbershop at 217 S. State College Blvd., found the stolen medal in a discarded plastic bag on their property on Monday, according to Anaheim police. They immediately turned the stolen medal over to Anaheim police.
, which she won as the starting setter for the 2020 U.S. Women's Olympic Volleyball Team, when her car was broken into on May 25. Even after 31-year-old earlier this month, the medal remained missing.
Police say they are now working to return the medal to Poulter.
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