A beloved life-size elf on a shelf known as "Zippy" that went missing in a New Hampshire town on Monday has been found.
The Deerfield Rescue squad posted pictures on their Facebook page Wednesday of an officer with the mannequin in a red onesie, a cap and mittens.
"It is with great happiness that we can announce that Zippy has been returned. He is a little wet, but safe," read part of the Facebook post.
No other information was immediately available on where Zippy had been over the last couple of days.
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On Tuesday, Deerfield Rescue Squad EMS captain Cindy McHugh said Zippy was last seen at the gate by Deerfield's Veasey Park in a beach chair with his sunglasses, an umbrella and a drink "taking in the sun."
The Rescue Squad has had Zippy for three years. The elf, who shows up after the town parade the Sunday after Thanksgiving, is a staple around the community for children who find him in various places to take photos.