Page last updated at 12:34 GMT, Friday, 8 August 2008 13:34 UK

Owners sought for missing teddies

Pc Matthew Paisley  with the found bear
One of the teddy bears was found outside Hadleigh police station

Police officers in a Suffolk town are trying to trace the owners of two cuddly toys.

One teddy bear, described as 2ft tall and sporting a red hat, was found in Spooner's Lane, Hadleigh, on 28 July.

Another smaller bear, with a blue t-shirt, was left outside the town's police station in the morning.

A police spokeswoman said more detailed descriptions of the bears would not be given out due to any claimants needing to go through an identity process.

Officers are working to reunite both bears with their owners and urge anyone who has lost a teddy bear, or knows a child who has, to contact them, she added.




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