A woman parked her car with its engine running and doors unlocked outside a grocery store in Beaverton, Oregon, leaving her four-year-old child in the car. The woman was in a store located just 15 feet from her “sports utility” for only a few minutes, but during this time an unknown criminal managed to steal a car.
However, having found the child in the back seat, the “noble” hijacker returned back, scolded the crying mother for negligence, ordered to take the child out of the car and left again. Obviously, he did not have enough generosity to return the stolen car. The mother told the police officers who arrived at the scene that the hijacker even threatened her to inform the police about her “negligence.”
According to the police, the woman was not charged, as she “could see through the windows a nearby car and hear what was happening to her.” And the car was found a few hours later in Portland, but the hijacker himself was still not found.