DECATUR, Ga. — Dekalb County Police are on the lookout for the man they mentioned stole a automobile from a daycare heart on Columbia Drive in Decatur.
Latoya Burns mentioned it occurred final Tuesday.
“I used to be simply doing drop off on the day care round 8:24 a.m. I kissed my children and took them in,” mentioned Burns.
Burns mentioned she was driving a 2012 Nissan Altima with injury to the passenger’s headlight and the hood is safe with a Inexperienced bungee twine.
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After she obtained out of her automobile, she walked inside the middle.
“We heard a loud horn and somebody simply holding down on the horn,” mentioned Burns.
Burns mentioned that was an worker inside one of many vans. He was letting everybody know what was happening outdoors.
“As quickly as I hear the horn, I am going to the door, and I simply see my automobile reversing out of the parking area that I used to be parked in, and it simply took off out of the car parking zone.”
Her purse, telephone and different private belongings had been within the automobile.
“I had cash in my purse. My financial institution playing cards. I used to be simply actually in shock. I used to be simply in shock that it occurred so quick. I couldn’t even suppose or breathe on the time,” mentioned Burns.
Burns mentioned every thing occurred inside a minute.
Police imagine the suspect was watching her.
Channel 2 Motion Information obtained extra video of that suspect strolling forwards and backwards in entrance of the daycare heart.
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“Once I noticed the complete video that’s once I knew that he sat there and watched me the entire time take my children out of the automobile and kiss my children.”
Police mentioned they’re on the lookout for any ring door cameras within the space. In addition they entered this case into the Nationwide Crime Data Heart.
As for the sufferer, Burns is making an attempt to purchase a brand new automobile.
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