Police trying to reunite teddy bear with owner

10:28 17 January 2014

The lost teddy bear.

The lost teddy bear.

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Cambs Police are trying to reunite a teddy bear with its owner.

The bear can be seen here perched with a pink blanket at March Police Station.

As well as acts of kindness, the cops have also been busy at their day jobs - fighting crime.

Yesterday, they arrested a 28-year-old man from Ely on suspicion of burglary and a 54-year-old man from Wisbech on suspicion of producing a class B drug - both men have been bailed until March 6.

Fencops tweeted: “A Male has just been nicked, in Railway Road, for Burglary, and a cannabis factory found. What a dope. ???”

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