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Teddy Bear (PHOTO: Facebook)

Teddy Bear (PHOTO: Facebook)

Teddy Bear (PHOTO: Facebook)

Teddy Bear (PHOTO: Facebook)

GOOCHLAND COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) – A few days ago we told you about a lost teddy bear, left at the Goochland Drive-In. The owners of the drive-in theater took to the internet and social media in hopes of reaching the child who lost the bear. [Read more]

No one came forward.

Acting on tips received from an online post, drive-in owner Johnny Heidel determined the bear came from “Build-A-Bear”.

When Heidel brought the bear back to “Build-A-Bear,” the store was able to track down the doll’s owner. As you can see from the attached picture, the lost bear is now on its way back to family that left it behind.