British Columbia

$1,000 reward offered for lost teddy bear

A Langley, B.C., father is offering a $1,000 reward for the return of his daughter's missing teddy bear.

 A Langley, B.C., father is offering a $1,000 reward for the return of his daughter's missing teddy bear.

Gregory Gorn said he lost his four-year-old daughter's bear, named Lucky, last week after he put it on the roof of his car while he was strapping his daughter into the vehicle..

He said he drove away from the strip mall near 196th Street and Fraser Highway off without first retrieving the stuffed toy from the roof.

"She could have kept [it] until her adult years," said Gorn. "It would have been her first childhood toy that she really deeply cared about. That's why I am going through great lengths."

Gorn said his daughter cries her self to sleep ever since he lost Lucky.

The bear is described as beige, with a black nose, grey tummy and is about 40 centimetres tall.

Gorn asked that anyone who can return the stuffed toy to call 604-716-6664.