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Shortly after his initial purchase, he returned and told the girls to pack up everything they had.

McGowan, according to a Facebook post on February 22, reportedly bought a few boxes of Girl Scout cookies from a group of girls in Greenville. "I'm taking them all so y'all can get out of this cold", wrote Dillard.

We had no reason to believe that this man was anything other than one of our valuable customers that is helping Girl Scouts power awesome experiences through the Girl Scout Cookie Program.

Though the post has racked up over 13,000 likes and 9,300 shares, Dillard has yet to identify the mystery Good Samaritan, according to CNN.

The troop sold about 221 packages of cookies that night. "What an fantastic soul!" "We all were shocked", she said. This season the troop has surpassed their goal of 3,200 boxes - selling about 5,000 so far, according to Dillard.

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"This man purchased seven packs of cookies".

Kayla Dillard, the "cookie manager" of Troop 1574, told CBS News they were shocked when McGowan told them pack up. Then he came back to the table.

On Monday, McGowan walked up to two girls who were selling Girl Scout cookies in front of a Greenville store.

According to WYFF, he posed for a picture with two Girl Scouts after buying their cookies, but no one got his name.

'That man was just a very kind, honest and humble man who loves children'.