The search is on for the owner of a lost teddy bear which was found on a coach in Cardiff .
The bear was found on an Edwards-operated coach that had just arrived in the city, and staff, who have named the bear after the company, are looking for its owner.
He was found on a bus from London
Since Edward was found on the 509 National Express service at Sophia Gardens over a month ago, staff at the company have been trying to reunite him with his owner by contacting passengers – but so far no one has come forward.
According to National Express, staff have been taking him on little adventures and sharing pictures on Twitter using the hashtag #lostbear.
They have posted photos of Edward getting his daily cwtch, and snacking on some of the sweets from the charity box on the sales desk.
He has also been snapped taking a nap in the leaflets boxes and reading the latest copy of the National Express staff magazine InHouse.
But the company’s staff have said he is lonely and now needs to be reunited with owners.
Simon Ingham, National Express customer service advisor at Cardiff Coach Station, said: “I was handed Edward by the driver who found him – he was a little dirty which shows he is well-loved so we are very keen to get him back to his owner soon who I’m sure is missing him badly.
‘Please can they get in touch’
“We do have a soft spot for reuniting our customers with their lost property, especially soft toys, so if the owner reads this then can they please get in touch!”
To claim Edward, call Simon on 02920340481, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, he can be claimed in person at the coach station in Sophia Gardens.