‘He doesn’t care about his car – he just wants his bird back’: Granddaughter’s desperate call out after her pop’s beloved lorikeet named Dolly is taken in a stolen vehicle
- Queensland Grandfather Trevor Harrison had his car and pet lorikeet stolen
- Sophie Comrie took to Facebook asking for help to locate the Dolly, the lorikeet
- On Wednesday, Ms Comrie said Dolly had been found but the car is still missing
A young woman has desperately asked for help to locate her grandfather’s beloved lorikeet, which was inside his vehicle when it was stolen by heartless thieves.
Sophie Comrie’s retired grandparents Trevor and Barbara Harrison were on a roadtrip around Australia when his pet bird, Dolly, was stolen from Norman Gardens, Rockhampton in Queensland.
‘My nan and pop now retired and are travelling Australia, and their 2016 ford ranger was stolen last night from Norman Gardens, Rockhampton,’ Ms Comrie wrote on Facebook on Wednesday.
Trevor Harrison (pictured) had his car and pet lorikeet Dolly (pictured) stolen in Queensland
Ms Comrie wrote on Facebook on Wednesday asking for help to find her grandfather’s lorikeet
‘His rainbow lorikeet which his had for 12 years was locked in the back canopy.
‘Please keep an eye out for this bird, he doesn’t care about his car he just wants his bird back.
‘The car is a 2016 White Ford Ranger with a white canopy with 4 roof racks and black TJM bull bar. NSW white plate Rego DFL04S. Please keep an eye out for it. We are really concerned for the bird.’
Dolly (pictured) helping herself into Harrison’s breakfast on their trip around Australia
Mr Harrison was distraught when Dolly was stolen, having looked after her for more than a decade.
‘We have had her for 12 years, they are monogamous and she has mated with me so she won’t have anything to do with anybody else,’ Mr Harrison told 7News.
‘I know she’ll be stressing and won’t be eating. Being my mate for the past 12 years, she’s everything to me,’ he said.
On Wednesday evening, Ms Comrie updated her post to share the news that Dolly had been found.
‘I knew you’d be hungry,’ a delighted Mr Harrison said to the bird as the pair were reunited.
The car is still yet to be located.
On Wednesday evening Ms Comrie updated her post to inform her followers that Dolly had been found
The car with a NSW white plate Rego DFL04S (pictured) is yet to be located