Shfaram: Car stolen with 2-yr-old inside

Vehicle is found with child alive and well after hours of searches.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 3, 2009 23:10
Shfaram: Car stolen with 2-yr-old inside

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A car with a two-year-old child inside was stolen on Thursday night in Shfaram, an Arab city in the Galilee. According to an initial investigation, the child's father had left him inside the car, with the engine running, to rent a movie from a DVD vending machine. Large police forces set up roadblocks in the area, and two helicopters assisted officers in searching for the car. It was found hours later with the child inside, alive and well.

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