Toby and Rita Kahr were owners of 28 pieces of sterling silver that Rita’s father had given them as a wedding present 27 years previously. Each piece of silver was engraved with the letter “K.” On April 5, 1983, the Kahrs brought used clothing to Goodwill Industries and told Goodwill personnel that they wanted to make a donation of clothing. Unknown to Toby and Rita, the sterling silver, along with a wallet containing their credit cards, was included in their sacks. The Kahrs called Goodwill two hours later, when they realized what happened, and were told that the silver had been sold for $15 to Karen Markland. The Kahrs alleged that the silver had a value of $3,791. The Kahrs brought a replevin action against Goodwill and Markland to recover the silver.
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