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Crime Car thief turns around, threatens to call police on woman for leaving young child in the vehicle, officials say

23:30  17 january  2021
23:30  17 january  2021 Source:   nydailynews.com

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An alleged car thief turned back after realising a child was in the back seat. Beaverton Police public information officer Matt Henderson told the paper the thief turned back and found the mum. “He actually lectured the mother for leaving the child in the car and threatened to call the police on her

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This thief went from a motorist to a moralist.

A man who stole a car in Oregon drove back to its owner and reprimanded her for leaving a young child alone in the backseat, police said, according to The Oregonian.

The woman had left the car unlocked and running as she went inside a Basics Meat Market store in Beaverton early Saturday, officials said.

Police say the man then swiped the vehicle, but when he saw the 4-year-old in the backseat, he returned and told the woman to remove the child.

“He actually lectured the mother for leaving the child in the car and threatened to call the police on her,” Matt Henderson of Beaverton Police told The Oregonian.

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A man (not pictured) noticed a child in the backseat of a car he stole in Oregon on Saturday, police said. © Provided by New York Daily News A man (not pictured) noticed a child in the backseat of a car he stole in Oregon on Saturday, police said.

A man (not pictured) noticed a child in the backseat of a car he stole in Oregon on Saturday, police said.

After the woman removed the child, the man drove away in the silver 2013 Honda Pilot, according to police.

The car remains missing. Police believe the man who stole the vehicle is in his 20s or 30s.

“Obviously, we’re thankful he brought the little one back and had the decency to do that,” Henderson told the news outlet.

Police say the woman didn’t commit a crime by leaving the child in the car. She was reportedly never more than 15 feet away from the child.

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