Ohio military wife searching for daughter's lost 'daddy doll'

(Jessica Osborne / Facebook)

LEBANON, Ohio — An Ohio mom is conducting an all-out search for a very special lost doll.

Jessica Osborne posted to Facebook Monday that her daughter lost her "daddy doll" on Friday while they were at a pizza place and ice cream shop in Lebanon, Ohio, which is north of Cincinnati. She said they were at LaRosa's Pizza and Dairy Queen, as well as a nearby neighborhood when the doll was last seen.

The daddy doll is a stuffed doll of a person in camouflage with a window on the face where a child can put a picture of their military parent.

"We use it often when he trains and she isn't able to see or speak to him," Osborne posted.

She said her daughter is "devastated" by the lost doll.

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After four days, the doll remains missing, but several people have commented on Osborne's post offering to replace the doll if it doesn't turn up.

Osborne isn't throwing in the towel just yet on her search.

"I'm not ready to give up yet. I wasn't expecting my post to go viral and with all the love and support we got..I have to keep looking," she said in a reply to one of her Facebook posts.