Last Thursday (June 11), the former NHL hockey player posted a photo on Instagram of his missing vehicle, a brown 1975 Ford F250, which was stolen in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
His caption said, “My truck was stolen last night in Edmonton Alberta. If you see this truck anywhere please DM me or contact Edmonton police! It’s a 1975 ford f250 crew cab! Thanks #stolentruck #edmonton #f250 #alberta.”
On Friday (June 12), Fisher updated the post writing, “Truck was found! Thanks to everyone for all the help!!”
Further, Fisher added a photo on his Instagram Story specifically thanking the Edmonton Police Service and the Edmonton Blue Society for their help.
According to Daily Mail, an Alberta resident named Kaden Reinders sold Fisher the truck in May. In a post shared on his own Instagram page on Friday (June 12), he said the truck had been “located this morning” and was “being sent back on its way to Mike.”
“It’s so nice to see in our world now days there still nice enough people to drop what there doing and help out,” Reinders added.
Fisher, who is a native of Canada, played for Ottawa Senators for 10 seasons before being traded to the Nashville Predators, where he ended up retiring from in 2018. He and Underwood now reside in Tennessee with their two sons, 5-year-old Isaiah and 1-year-old Jacob.
Recently, Fisher and Underwood have been opening up about their personal life like never before in a video series, Mike and Carrie: God & Country.
The four-part series of short films, for the non-profit I Am Second, offers fans a look into the couple’s personal lives as they discuss some of the most challenging moments they’ve had to overcome together. In the second episode titled “The Wrestle,” the couple gets candid about the three miscarriages suffered and how they worked through it.
Episodes are available for fans to watch here!
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