Pennsylvania baby found safe after being taken in stolen car; police still seeking suspect and vehicle
Infant girl found safe in carseat on sidewalk in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania
A Pennsylvania infant was found safe after a car thief stole a vehicle with the child still inside Wednesday night, according to police and local reports.
The suspect stole what is believed to be a gray 2020 Hyundai Elantra with a New Jersey license plate around 6:30 p.m. on 69th Street in Upper Darby, the Upper Darby Police Department said.
The mother of the child was picking up a food order for a delivery service when the car was stolen, Police Superintendent Tim Bernhardt told FOX29 Philadelphia.
The suspect drove the vehicle a short distance before pulling over and taking the infant girl out of the car and leaving her on a sidewalk still in her car seat, Bernhardt said.
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The child was unharmed in the incident, police said. The girl is reportedly 11 months old, according to WPVI-TV.
Meanwhile, police were working to locate both the suspect and the stolen vehicle.
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Police released a photo of the suspect, who appeared to be wearing a black New Balance brand hooded sweatshirt and red shoes.
Authorities asked the public to call 911 if the suspect is spotted.