Donut shop owner renames store after little girl's act of kindness

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A little girl sent money and a note to an Alvin doughnut shop owner after his tip jar was stolen. (KTRK)

A little girl sent money and a note to an Alvin doughnut shop owner after his tip jar was stolen.

The note reads, "Dear Donut Man, my mom showed me the video of your money getting stolen. I'm sorry that happened. This is my tooth fairy money." The note was simply signed, "Sorry that happened, Chloe."

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That owner has now changed the name of his original shop in Alvin and new one in La Marque in honor of that girl's letter.

Daylight donuts owner Andy Chhong renamed his shops "Dear Donut Man."

Those were the first words in the letter written by a young customer named Chloe Gallegos. She donated her tooth fairy money to Chhong after a woman was caught on camera taking his tip jar.

"She's such an amazing kid," Chhong said. "People need to, like, follow this kind of attitude."

Last fall, Chhong said he would give Chloe free doughnuts for life as long as he owned his donut shop.

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