- Ryan Reynolds saw a report about a bear toy which went missing that was of great value to the owner
- This is because the owner, Mara Soriano, had recorded her late mother's voice and saved it in the stuffed bear to remind her of her mom's voice
- The teddy bear is said to have disappeared while Mara and her fiancé were offloading a van
Actor Ryan Reynolds has offered a nice reward of R82 400 for the return of a stuffed teddy bear missing from a van in Canada. The toy, which belongs to Mara Soriano, has great value to her and when Reynold saw the news about it, he offered to help her get it back.
According to Lad Bible, Mara's mother Marilyn Sariano passed away in 2019 and the lady's voice recording had been placed inside the toy to comfort her daughter.
The recording said:
"I love you, I'm proud of you, I'll always be with you."
The teddy bear disappeared while Mara and her fiancé were offloading a van in Vancouver on Friday, 24 July. The lady was distracted after her friend, who was coming to help, called saying she had gotten into a minor accident.
Reynold went on Twitter to retweet a tweet from a reporter who shared the story, saying the bear was stolen with a bag that also had an iPad inside.
He said: "$5,000 (R82 400) to anyone who returns this bear to Mara. Zero questions asked. I think we all need this bear to come home."
Mara said someone had been captured by security camera looking around before stealing the bag. She said the bear bore her mother's voice before she became sick and her voice changed, hence was the only memory of her normal voice.
Mara's stollen bag also had several items including the iPad, important documents such as her citizenship card, checkbook, her boyfriend's passport and a Nintendo switch.
Lad Bible reported she was not worried about the rest but only the toy as it made her feel devastated and crushed.
Movie star Ryan Reynolds has also been in the frontline in the fight against Covid-19, making an incredible donation towards the course.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that he and wife Blake Lively donated millions to food banks in the midst of the pandemic.
The couple joined other celebs, including Ciara and husband Russell Wilson, Justin Timberlake, Kristen Bell and Justin Bieber, who are helping in their own right.
Celebrated singer Rihanna, born Robyn Rihanna Fenty, has hugely contributed to the global efforts to fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
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