A man is accused of stealing a baby from a black Kia Rio at a gas station in West Palm Beach, Florida. The baby was inside, and the suspect told Michelle Ashby who worked at the store’s kitchen counter, “take this baby.” The gas station’s employees called 911, and a police officer arrived to recover the baby. He was sleeping peacefully when he was returned to the mother.
The infant was left strapped in the back seat when the man, wearing a white tank top and dark pants, approached the baby’s mother. He then took the baby from the car and handed it over to the cashier. The baby was not hurt, and the suspect fled in the stolen black Kia Rio. The mother managed to get her baby back, and the police say the suspect’s car was stolen while she was outside.
Hudson was caught by surveillance video of the incident at the gas station. The thief was wearing a white tank top and dark pants. He unbuckled the baby, then ran towards an on-site restaurant. After stealing the baby, the suspect drove off in a stolen black Kia Rio. The police believe the thief took the baby while the mother was outside. The suspect was arrested by deputies, who also arrested Hudson.
Marquise Hudson, a 25-year-old man, is facing charges of child kidnapping, grand theft auto, and burglary after stealing the black Kia Rio with the baby inside. He dropped off the baby at the Sunoco on State Road 7 and Okeechobee Road without harming the child. The car thief was eventually tracked to a location on Sansbury Way and Okeechobee Boulevard, where he was arrested and remanded. The Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office did not disclose details of the arrest, but tweeted a sincere thanks to the mother.
Police were able to track Hudson down after the baby was found inside the car. The thief, named Marquise Hudson, had left the baby inside the car while it was running. As a result, the child was not hurt and the suspect was caught. The incident was captured by the gas station’s surveillance camera. In addition to the baby’s safety, the thief is also being investigated for a possible burglary.
The thief was charged with child kidnapping, burglary, and grand theft auto. The thief stole the black Kia Rio with the baby in it and then left the baby unharmed at a Sunoco gas station near West Palm Beach. The robber was caught after a lengthy search, but it remains unclear whether Hudson is guilty. The thief was identified through surveillance cameras at the gas station.
A black Kia Rio with a baby inside was left running at a gas station in West Palm Beach, and the thief was later caught on surveillance cameras at the gas station. Thankfully, the baby was not hurt and the thief was not able to flee the scene. It was returned to its mother safely. This story is a great example of the community’s solidarity with a thief’s victim.
In a separate case, a car thief returned a baby to its mother after he stole a baby from a gas station. The baby was found in the vehicle. The woman did not report the thief to the police. A surveillance video of the car was also obtained. A PBSO investigator identified the thief in the video, which shows the suspect dropping the child off at a Sunoco in West Palm Beach.
In another case, a car thief returned a baby to its mother after stealing a baby from a gas station. The infant was unbuckled from the baby carrier and returned to its mother’s arms. The suspect then fled the scene, signaling the clerk to call 911, but the infant was not in the car. The mother called 911 to report the incident. The police have not released the name of the suspect.