Real-Life 'Toy Story' In Lakeville: Lost Woody Doll's Owner Sought

LAKEVILLE, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — It's a tale straight out of the Disney and Pixar film.

A 'Woody' cowboy doll was found on Christmas Eve on Route 79 in Lakeville by Kerri Kauranen Ymer.

"I thought I saw a squirrel," Ymer told WBZ NewsRadio's Kim Tunnicliffe. "As I got closer, I realized it wasn't a squirrel, it was a toy. So I threw my hazards on, nobody was behind me, and scooped him up from the middle of the road."

Ymer said she thinks the doll mistakenly fell out of a vehicle, just like in 'Toy Story.' In keeping with the film even more, the pull-string toy also has a child's name, "Lilli A," scribbled on its foot.

"I immediately thought I would take his picture and post it on our Lakeville town Facebook," Ymer said. "Then I saw the name on the foot, and I thought that was so cute. It's just such a coincidence that it follows the story line of the movie. But nobody has claimed him yet, so we're still searching, I guess!"

She said she feels it's very important Woody finds his rightful owner.

"I know if it was an important toy to any of us that have kids, we'd want to find it too," she said. "He looks like he's been loved!"

WBZ NewsRadio's Kim Tunnicliffe (@KimWBZ) reports

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