Edmonton police still looking for 'Roary', missing mascot worth $5Gs

McNally High School Tiger mascot, "Roary" was declared missing in November 2012. The thief is now playing a game of cat and mouse with police via a @WheresRoary Twitter account by posting pictures of himself wearing the stolen Edmonton high school mascot costume shopping and doing other things in and around Edmonton.

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EDMONTON -- City cops still need help in finding a missing mascot that was stolen from McNally High School.

And police say the mascot -- a tiger costume -- is worth $5,000.

"Roary" the mascot was declared missing back in November after he made an appearance at a Halloween party.

Const. Brandon Shippelt said cops put posters around the school asking students to come forward with information about Roary's whereabouts with little success.

A @WheresRoary account was set up on Twitter last month that shows the furry mascot in various locations around the city.

And after QMI Agency reported the story Saturday, the account posted an image of the article on Twitter.

The account said "this is going on my fridge for sure."

Police, however, are not laughing as their investigation into the theft continues.

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