Car Thieves Do Good Deed Before Completing Their Plan

In a frightening situation, two car thieves stopped to drop an 8-year-old boy off at a school. They found him in the back seat of the car they took.

Norfolk police spokesman Daniel Hudson says the boy was sitting in his mother's car in her employer's parking lot when the men got inside. Unfortunately, the keys were in the ignition.

The boy told police that the men asked him what school he attended and took him there.

The mother called police when she saw that her car and son were missing.

The boy was unharmed, and the car was abandoned 3 miles away.

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