A ten-year-old who suffers from an extremely rare genetic condition has offered a £100 reward - for the safe return of his favourite toy.
George Fawkes suffers from a rare form of dwarfism and takes his trusty Kangaroo, with him to every hospital appointment.
But recently, George left Kangaroo on a train near Bath and has so far been unable to get him back.
Now, George, with the help of his mum, Gilda, is offering a £100 reward for the safe return of Kangaroo.
Gilda says that every morning George always says "Where are You Kangaroo?" because he sleeps with him every night.
George’s rare genetic disease Floating-Harbor Syndrome is characterised by feeding difficulties, delayed bone development and delays in learning and growth so George is very small for his age. George is just learning to read and eat as he has been tube fed since birth.
George was born in Sydney, Australia and spent the first ten months on his life in hospital.
He was given the toy as a comforter then, and the pair have been inseparable ever since.
But disaster struck on Friday 16 November, when George left Kangaroo on the train. He was travelling to Bath from King's Lynn and the train terminated at Bristol Temple Meads.
There is a label saying 'George Fawkes' woven into the toy's neck.
Anyone who has spotted Kangaroo is asked to email firstname.lastname@example.org.