Vancouver (AP) – Actors Ryan Reynolds (43, “Deadpool”) and Zach Brayf (45, “Scrubs”) were also affected by their fate – a teddy bear stolen in Vancouver, Canada, during a move is now back .
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Canadian news owner Mara Soriano had received from two strangers, the Canadian news agency Canadian Press reported on Wednesday (local time). Earlier, Reynolds and Braff had also supported the woman’s search for Teddy on the Internet, with Reynolds also offering a $ 5,000 finder fee. The special thing about Teddy Bear is that it contains a voice recording of the mother of the woman who died of cancer.
The bear – according to photos, a teddy woman with a matching jacket in a red and white dress – was in a backpack during the move last week, which was taken by someone when Soriano ran to help an injured friend and stood him up. left. He then received an email on Tuesday evening, wanting to return the teddy bear. The Canadian press quoted the woman as saying: “We waited (…) and two Samaritans came and gave the M1 bear back.” He suspected and got out of the precaution and found a safe place and asked a press representative to join it.
Teddy is in almost perfect condition, except for a small patch of bicycle fat on his jacket and missing sunglasses. Two savior of the stuffed animal told her that they identified the thief on video from surveillance cameras that Soriano had put online. They would then have claimed to have brought the animal back. Reynolds was happy with that: “Thanks to everyone who looked everywhere. And to the person who took the bear, thanks for keeping it safe. Vancouver is great.” Initially, it was not known whether the delivery would collect the finder’s fee.
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