& # 39; He doesn't care about his car – he just wants his bird back & # 39 ;: the granddaughter calls desperately after her doll beloved Lorikeet named Dolly is taken into a stolen vehicle
- Queensland's grandfather, Trevor Harrison, has stolen his car and pet Lorikeet
- Sophie Comrie went to Facebook and asked for help in locating the Dolly, the lori
- On Wednesday, Ms. Comrie said that Dolly was found, but the car is still missing
A young woman has desperately asked for help to locate her grandfather's beloved Loriket, who was in his vehicle when it was stolen by heartless thieves.
Sophie Comrie & # 39; s retired grandparents Trevor and Barbara Harrison were on a road trip through Australia when his pet bird, Dolly, was stolen from Norman Gardens, Rockhampton in Queensland.
& # 39; My nan and pop are now retiring and traveling through Australia, and their 2016 ford ranger was stolen last night from Norman Gardens, Rockhampton, & # 39; wrote Comrie on Facebook on Wednesday.
Trevor Harrison (photo) had stolen his car and pet Lorikeet Dolly (photo) in Queensland
Mrs. Comrie wrote on Facebook on Wednesday to help find her grandfather & # 39; s Lorikeet
& # 39; His rainbow-bird-like one, which he had for 12 years, was trapped in the backward sky.
& # 39; Keep an eye on this bird, he doesn't care about his car, he just wants his bird back.
& # 39; The car is a 2016 White Ford Ranger with a white hood with 4 roof racks and a black TJM bullbar. NSW white plate Rego DFL04S. Keep an eye on it. We are really worried about the bird. & # 39;
Dolly (photo) helps themselves to Harrison's breakfast during their trip through Australia
Mr. Harrison was desperate when Dolly 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; I know she will be stressed and not eat. She has been my mate for the past 12 years, she is everything to me, & he said.
On Wednesday evening, Mrs. Comrie updated her post to share the news that Dolly had been found.
& # 39; I knew you would be hungry, & # 39; a delighted Mr. Harrison said to the bird when the pair was reunited.
The car has yet to be found.
On Wednesday evening, Ms. Comrie updated her post to inform her followers that Dolly was found
The car with an NSW white plate Rego DFL04S (photo) has yet to be found
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