The boy was taken to the hospital as a precaution.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Columbus police have discovered a 3-month-old boy secure in an SUV after it was taken from the KinderCare Studying Heart on Tamarack Circle on Tuesday morning.
Alpha Kamara’s mom, Borofa, was dropping off her two youngsters on the daycare and the automobile was stolen by two males as she was strolling into the constructing with the primary youngster, in keeping with police.
Borofa Kamara informed police she noticed the 2 males take off along with her automotive, however did not know who they had been.
Police mentioned Alpha Kamara and the automobile had been later discovered close to Ohio Avenue and Hildreth Avenue.
Columbus Division of Police Deputy Chief Tim Becker mentioned two younger ladies noticed the automobile and referred to as police.
Alpha Kamara was taken to Nationwide Youngsters’s Hospital as a precaution.
Police haven’t launched extra suspect data.
Borofa Kamara spoke with 10TV and mentioned she is grateful for the help of strangers.
“I admire all people being on the market at this time – discovering my child,” she mentioned.
Columbus police will proceed to analyze the case.
Anybody with data is requested to name Columbus police at 614-645-4545.