Ryan Reynolds has promised a generous reward for the stolen Teddy bear
Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds announced on Twitter, that will pay five thousand dollars to anyone who can help return her Teddy bear who was stolen along with a backpack Mara Soriano, reports Entertainment Weekly.
According to the newspaper, bear was gone after black backpack of the victim were stolen during a recent move. It also contained important documents, a tablet, portable game console, but the most valuable thing was this bear.
It turned out that the toy is built-in voice recorder, which recorded the voice of mother Mary Soriano, who died from cancer.
According to the publication, the selfless gesture of the stars of "Deadpool" inspired many users to donate funds to increase the amount of compensation or to transfer them to the hospice, where he spent the last days of mother Mary Soriano.
Among other well-known personalities covering this story in social networks, to the search for the Teddy bear was joined by actors Dan Levi, Zach Braff and PJ Byrne.