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A teddy bear lost in the aftermath of the Fort Lauderdale airport shooting has been reunited with its owner. A mother, desperate to find the toy for her 10-year-old daughter, reached out to the Broward County Sheriff's Office for help. They tweeted out a photo of the teddy bear named Rufus sitting in a chair in the terminal dressed in a red onesie. The airport has been busy trying to return thousands of items left behind after the shooting, which left five people dead.
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