Car Thief Drops Off Kids, Poodle

August 18, 2011 by staff 

Car Thief Drops Off Kids, PoodleCar Thief Drops Off Kids, Poodle, A Queens’s car thief his match when he discovered by accident a couple of children kidnapped and her toy poodle brave fierce when he took the family van.

“When he left, my oldest son said,” You know you’re in the wrong car? “Said Sebastian Russo pop proud father of seven-year-old John and Robert, 5.

At one point, the thief “went through the change tray, and my son said, ‘Do not take our money!” Russo, 37, told the Post.

“The guy said,” I’m just looking for dollars. ” There were none, and “left hand alone,” said Russo. During the robbery, the lively little dog, named Collette, refused to leave the front seat and barked furiously.

The thief hunted soon decided that was enough, asked the children their address and taken to his home in Howard Beach. The father said the test began at 10:30 am on Tuesday, when the family pulled out of 2010 Honda Odyssey shop Cross Bay Boulevard, to get a strap Collette.

“I thought it was closed, but I think the doors will not lock when the key in the ignition and running yet,” said Russo. “I was in the store, and 10 seconds, a man came in and said someone took my car. I got scared and ran out and flagged down a police car.”

Russo and the police began to search for children.

But soon, the father received a frantic call from his wife.

“She called me and said, ‘Where are you? The truck is on the way!” “He said.

As the thief went to the house, told the boys that were called “Leo,” a police source said.

“Leo” was last seen walking to 158th Avenue, with his shirt pulled his face.

After the thief, the boys went to his house and rang the bell.

His mother came to the door and said, ‘Where’s your dad? “” Cecilia said neighboring Cuomo.

She said the thief, “He was right to take children home. I just wanted the car.”

Russo agreed. “I’m really grateful that he brought them home,” he said, adding that no evil.

“How can we be angry with him? He returned to the car. I told my son,” If I were in the car, I would have taken, “he said.

Russo decided his family needed a vacation and took them off to Pennsylvania for the weekend.

“Everyone was shocked. I said, ‘Come,’” he said.

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