Can you help Norfolk Police reunite this toy fox with its owner? Lost at the Royal Norfolk Show
- Credit: Sgt Chris Harris
Following a day where thousands of people went to marvel at animals of all shapes and sizes, one bushy-tailed customer has found itself separating from its owner.
Norfolk Police have launched a bid to reunite a child with their missing fox comforter, after it was left at the emergency services stand at the Royal Norfolk Show.
Following its Basil Brush with the law, the fox toy is ready to be reunited with its owner, with Sgt Chris Harris keeping it in safe custody until its owner can be found.
Sgt Harris Tweeted: 'Have you lost or has your child lost a toy fox at the Norfolk Show?
'Please get in touch so we can reunite.'
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Sgt Harris can be contacted on Twitter using his hand @RPFOUSgt.
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