Police are looking for the thief who stole a car from the Bronx on Monday night, a 1-year-old girl was inside the car. Luckily, The girl was found safe.
Just after 5:30 p.m., according to local police, a blue color Toyota Highlander in the Wakefield neighborhood was parked and left running in front of 3969 Bronxwood Avenue, when someone got in and drove off.
The stolen car had a 1-year-old girl in the backseat. The automobile and child were discovered about 30 minutes later in front of 1806 East Gun Hill Road, a few miles distant.
Police are still searching for the auto thief who fled after leaving the vehicle. The inquiry is still ongoing and no arrests have been made thus far.
Police Found The Girl Unharmed And Safe
Around 5:30 p.m., a stranger got in the driver seat of a light blue Toyota Highlander that had been left running on Bronxwood Avenue close to East 224th Street and took off with the youngster inside, according to the local police.
Soon after, on East Gun Hill Road, officers found the Highlander. Police said the young girl was inside and uninjured.
According to Williamsbridge police, the toddler was left inside the running, parked SUV at 225th Street and Bronxwood Avenue.
The investigation is going. Police are searching for clues on the nearby cameras. But still, no arrests have been made.
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