McDonald's seeks Ronald's return

Nov. 30, 2009 at 2:55 PM
1 of 3
| License Photo

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 30 (UPI) -- Employees at a Georgia McDonald's said they are making holiday wishes for the safe return of a Ronald McDonald statue swiped on Thanksgiving.

Tonja Brown, manager of the McDonald's in Columbus, said Ronald was taken from a park bench in the eatery's outdoor playground Thursday afternoon, after the restaurant closed for the holiday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Monday.

"We were open for breakfast and had just closed," Brown said.

Brown said the playground is still open and the theft has been reported to police.

"Kids love him," she said. "We just want him back."

Related UPI Stories
Latest Headlines
Trending News
Texas girl's nonstop sneezing baffles doctors
Burger King's black bun blamed for customers' green poop
Danish 'Do It For Mom' ad suggests sex vacations for adult children
Alaska Airlines misplaced its own CEO's luggage
Semi truck caught on camera crossing South Carolina flood waters