Despite numerous warnings of law enforcement officers, hundreds of Americans continue to leave an open car unattended. In the best case, because of such carelessness can be left without wallet, and at worst — without a car. For the victims of auto theft from Anaheim, she was even less lucky — the attackers stole her vehicle with 2-year-old son in the back seat.
Thursday about 11 a.m. the woman was going for and picked up a child. Putting him in the car, she remembered that she forgot the right thing and decided to come back for her, leaving the keys in the ignition and the child in the cabin.
Out on the street, the mother was horrified to find that no car in the yard. She immediately reported the incident to the police, and the result was not long in coming — soon militiamen found the car abandoned about 10 miles from her home in Buena Park. The baby was discovered on the back seat of the car unharmed.
Apparently, the presence of a child prompted the attacker to abandon their venture. The boy returned the frightened mother, and a suspect in the theft was arrested.
Fortunately, this story ended happily, you will not tell about a similar incident that occurred last week in Jackson, Mississippi. On 18 may, the body of 6-year-old boy was found in a car that was stolen from his mother while she went to the grocery store. Child fatally wounded from firearms.