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A toddler was reunited with his parents in Florida shortly after someone stole his mother's SUV with him inside, police said.
The vehicle theft occurred Thursday morning outside a Holly Hill home, just north of Daytona beach, after the 2-year-old boy was left sleeping in a car seat, Holly Hill police said in a news release.
The child’s mother told officers that she pulled into the driveway of a relative’s house and ran inside to grab something. In a matter of seconds, someone walked from across the street, entered the vehicle and drove away with the child still in the SUV, police said
A short time later, someone called 911 after finding the boy in the parking lot of a nearby auto body shop, according to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office. Deputies responded and returned the child to his parents. He appeared to be unharmed.
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