Photo: Mara Soriano
A resident of Vancouver, Canada, stole a Teddy bear, who spoke the voice of her dead mother. According to CBS, to search for the missing toys joined thousands of people, including Hollywood actor Ryan Reynolds.
The victim, 28-year-old Mara Soriano (Soriano Mara), said that the bear was stolen on Friday, July 24. She moved along with her lover, and was unloading stuff from the truck. At this point she called her friend, who was riding to the rescue on a Bicycle. He was hit by a van, and Soriano rushed to his aid, leaving the bag with the bear and other things on the street near the truck. When she came back things already gone. She assumes they were stolen.
Soriano was very upset and started putting up ads, which explained why the missing toy was so important to her. The bear was sewn sound module with a recording of the voice of her mother, who died of cancer in 2019. In one entry she says, “I love you” in Filipino, which reminds Soriano not only about the dead mother, but also about the Motherland. In the ads she wrote that it doesn’t matter whether the return of her missing iPad, Nintendo Switch and documents, most importantly, to give a commemorative bear.
Account of the journalist Deborah Goble (Deborah.Goble) on Twitter about the missing bear has collected about 50 thousand likes. Post retweeted-born Vancouver actor Ryan Reynolds, who promised to pay five thousand dollars (358,8 thousand) and not ask any questions to anyone who will return the bear.
Video, photo All from Russia.