NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) — Two men who stole a car from outside a Norfolk post office discovered a young boy inside the vehicle… so they dropped him off at school!

Norfolk Police say they responded to a call shortly after 8 am in the 400 block of W. 20th Street for a possible stolen vehicle.

13News Now has learned that two carjackers got into a car that had been left running outside the post office. Finding an 8-year-old boy inside the vehicle, they asked where he would like to be dropped off.

The child told the suspects to take him to Ghent Elementary School, which they did, and then took off in the vehicle.

The car has since been located, abandoned about three miles from the school. Police say the child is unharmed.

Based on a preliminary investigation, police say the child’s mother left her son in the car unattended and the keys in the ignition while she went into work. When she returned to the parking lot, she discovered both the car and her child missing.

The two suspects remain at large. They’re described as skinny black men, in their late teens to early twenties.

On man was wearing a hoodie, and the other man was wearing a coat.

Car Stolen With Child Inside; Carjackers Drop Child Off At School




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