Netizens rally support after 5-year-old’s honesty shop gets robbed in England

Harry, who says he wants to be a shopkeeper when he grows up, sells soaps and lip balms made from goats milk and eggs with the help of his parents in Malvern, Worcestershire in England.

Internet users have come together to support a five-year-old boy after his “honesty shop” was recently robbed. The boy has been hit by donations and encouraging messages from across the world after news of the robbery was shared on various social media platforms.

According to reports, Harry Clare was left in tears when he found out that his product, soap lip balms, and some money were swiped from his shop overnight, which he ran at his parents’ glamping site.

Harry, who says he wants to be a shopkeeper when he grows up, sells soaps and lip balms made from goats milk and eggs with the help of his parents in Malvern, Worcestershire in England.

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