Two pint-size good Samaritans came to Mark Ruffalo's rescue, after the actor lost his phone and wallet during the blizzard that slammed the East Coast this weekend.
When the ordeal began Saturday, Ruffalo sent a tweet asking followers in New York City to help him locate the missing items, which also included his driver's license.
Shortly after that, the "Spotlight" star posted another message, thanking those who'd already sent him tips.
Roughly 20 minutes after his initial request, Ruffalo shared an update that his phone and wallet had already been found.
Happily, fans curious to see who did the good deed were in luck: Ruffalo shared an adorable photo of himself embracing Amenaide and Catherine Brown, a pair of young girls evidently responsible for returning his personal belongings.
The 48-year-old actor politely thanked the Brown family for their "decency."
Ruffalo wasn't the only celebrity to enlist social media for assistance with an important search this weekend. After asking her Instagram followers for help retrieving her grandmother's stolen dog Thursday, Jessica Chastain announced Sunday that the beloved pup had been found.