December 4, 2013
MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Police say two young children who were asleep on the backseat of a sport utility vehicle when it was stolen from a gas station were found unharmed in a parking lot about a mile away.
Police spokesman, Officer Eric Gallichant, said the thief fled with the Ford Explorer early Monday just before 2 a.m. when it was parked and running outside an Exxon station while the children's father went inside to make a purchase.
Gallichant said Raschurd and Isaiah Kyser, ages 5 and 4, were asleep in the back. When the father came out, the SUV and the children were gone.
A passerby discovered the children minutes later in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant.
Police said the SUV, a white 1995 Ford Explorer with license plate 2C6306Z, has not been found.
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