Canadian family turning to Toronto for help to find lost teddy bear

Nov 24 2017, 2:25 pm

Everyone knows there’s an inseparable bond between a child and its teddy bear.

Which is why a Canadian mother is turning to the people of Toronto to help her track down her child’s lost teddy bear.

Carolyn Martin and her family were visiting the Toronto Christmas Market in the Distillery District when her two-year-old daughter’s teddy bear went missing this past Tuesday, November 21.

According to a Facebook post shared by Martin, the bear went missing around 5 pm, right after the family visited the elves show.

Lost teddy bear

Carolyn Martin/Facebook

But after an unsuccessful search, the family had to go back home to Newfoundland empty-handed.

Anyone that’s been in a similar situation can understand Martin’s concern, which is why she’s turning to the public for help.

In her Facebook post, she has offered a $100 reward for anyone who finds the bear.

So if you’re at the market and you happen to see a little teddy bear wearing a “great wolf kids” t-shirt, please get in touch with the Martin family to bring teddy home.

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