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Tens of thousands of pounds have been donated to Help for Heroes fund-raising pages set up in the wake of Drummer Lee Rigby's murder.The soldier was wearing one of the charity's tops when he was killed in Woolwich, south-east London, on Wednesday.Hundreds of tributes have been paid to the 25-year-old on two Help for Heroes JustGiving pages, which together have collected more than £100,000 in his memory.One donation, from Chris Walsh, came alongside a message saying: "For Drummer Rigby. We did not know you, but your senseless passing deeply upset our family. May you rest in peace."Another said: "In memory of Drummer Rigby. You fought to protect your country. I just wish we could have protected you Lee from the cowards who hurt you. RIP soldier Rigby, you will never be forgotten."