KANSAS CITY, Missouri – A TV station in Kansas City, Missouri helped reunited a little girl with a very special doll.
Dina Morley works as a valet at Kansas City International Airport.
She says someone turned in a green and brown camoflauge Huggs to Go Daddy military doll with a picture of a little girl and her dad.
No one came for the doll for several days, so Morley called KMBC.
They shared a picture of the doll on their Facebook page, and the doll’s owner was found.
The doll belongs to 6-year-old Katherine Whipple.
The picture on the doll is of her and her father, who is away on deployment.
“We were at a daddy daughter date at Chuck E Cheese,” Katherine Whipple told KMBC about the photo.
Katherine dropped the doll while she was racing to catch a plane with her mother, Army Capt. Eileen Whipple.