LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A beloved toy has been lost and National Weather Service forecasters have been enlisted to help track him down.

Herbert the Bear was attached to a bunch of balloons in Westchester Sunday, and blew away with the wind. The small stuffed black bear, with brown paws and snout, hasn’t been seen since.

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Herbert’s buddy, however, isn’t giving up hope for the bear. So his family called the National Weather Service office to ask if they could track where the winds could have possibly blown the bear.

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Meteorologists obliged Herbert’s family and say the bear probably landed in Orange or San Diego County. A photo of Herbert with his buddy, whose face was blurred but T-shirt reads “Everybody Loves A Smart Kid,” was tweeted out, along with a message to anyone who might find a small stuffed bear attached to a bunch of deflated balloons.

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Anyone who finds Herbert can return him by calling the National Weather Service.