Kindhearted students create a Christmas miracle for boy whose computer was stolen

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This is the heartwarming moment a distraught schoolboy realised his classmates had bought him a Ninendo games console after his own had been stolen.

Shawn Hawkins posted a heartbreaking message on a white board at Antioch High School in California, US, explaining the console had been a gift from his grandmother.

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After seeing the boy’s message, pupils Piper Stowe and her friend Shawna Cantilano decided to raise money for the new computer.

Piper later shared a video of the moment classmates gave Shawn the brand new Nintendo 3DS.

They were able to raise more than $200 (£149) and decided to give the boy his gift in front of the class.

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Shawn Hawkins jumps into the arms of Shawna Cantilino (Picture: Storyful)

Shawn did not just use his computer to play but he is also studying to design console games.

The 15-year-old said: ‘I was very distraught and sad but when they gave me the computer I was stricken with happiness. It’s a Christmas miracle. I feel like it was a gift from God.’

Shawna was delighted her follow pupils dug deep for Shawn.

She said: ‘There’s a lot of underlying kindness (at Antioch High) that’s not really brought to the surface.

‘It’s only like in unfortunate events like these you really see it.’

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