& # 39; Car is still missing, but the most valuable cargo is back in our camp & # 39 ;: Man reunited with pet Lorikeet
Older man is reunited with his beloved Lorikeet Dollie after his granddaughter urged urgent thieves who stole his car to release the bird
- Queensland's grandfather, Trevor Harrison, has stolen his car and pet Lorikeet
- Harrison and his Lorikeet, Dollie, were reunited on Wednesday afternoon
- Dollie was found in her cage on a footpath and taken to a local pet store
A grandfather was reunited with his beloved pet Lorikeet after it was stolen with his vehicle on Tuesday evening.
Trevor Harrison and his wife Barbara were on a road trip through Australia when his pet bird, Dollie, along with their white 2016 Ford Ranger, were stolen by heartless thieves in Rockhampton, Queensland.
A sincere plea for Dollie was posted online by their granddaughter Sophie Comrie with the mention & # 39; please keep an eye out for this bird, he doesn't care about his car, he just wants his bird back.
Trevor Harrison (photo) is reunited with his beloved pet Lorikeet Dollie (photo)
Trevor Harrison (photo) had stolen his car and pet Lorikeet Dollie (photo) in Queensland
After a stressful day, and with the help of social media, Messrs Harrison and Dollie were happily reunited yesterday when the bird was returned to a local pet store after being found in her cage near where she was missing.
Mr. Harrison went to social media to share his news.
& # 39; Thanks to a very nice lady who was stolen about a kilometer from the Ranger, she found Dollie in her cage on the sidewalk. & # 39; Mr. Harrison posted on Facebook.
& # 39; Thank everyone for your thoughts and support. & # 39;
Mr. Harrison was distraught when Dollie was stolen after he had cared for her for more than a decade.
& # 39; We have had her for 12 years, they are monogamous and she married me, so she has nothing to do with anyone else & # 39 ;, Harrison said. 7News.
& # 39; She's everything to me, & # 39; he said.
Dollie (photo) helps himself to Mr Harrison's breakfast during their trip through Australia
Despite the euphoria of reuniting with his best friend, Mr. Harrison's car has not yet been found.
The car is a white Ford Ranger 2016 with a white hood, 4 roof racks and a black TJM bullbar. It has a white NSW number plate DFL04S.
& # 39; Car is still missing, but the most valuable cargo is back in our camp. & # 39; Mr. Harrison posted.
& # 39; Please continue to search for the Ranger. & # 39;
The car with an NSW white plate Rego DFL04S (photo) has yet to be found
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