Angleton boy looking for cherished toy received after he lost everything in flood

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Angleton boy loses 'Hulk' smashing glove (Jennie Barnhill)

An Angleton boy is looking for his missing toy.

But this isn't any ordinary toy. It has extra special meaning. It is two-year-old Luke Barnhill's Hulk "smashing hand" that he uses to "smash" everything, his grandmother said.

"He received the glove right after losing everything in the recent flooding," Jennie Barnhill said. "He 'Hulk-smashes' everything, everyday."

Despite the special meaning of Luke's glove, it was a toy handed down in the family, so the toy can't be found in nearby stores, Barnhill said.

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Luke was trick-or-treating Monday night in the Rancho subdivision around 8pm when the glove was in a stroller, but fell out. Luke looked to no avail.
Jennie posted on Facebook, asking folks to keep an eye out -- a post that now has nearly 400 shares.



The Barnhill family says they know it's not the end of the world, but to this cute 2-year-old, it's pretty close.

"He'll be okay," Barnhill said.

PHOTOS: Flooding coverage near Angleton last spring
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