“I’m an Amazon driver and there’s a little girl strapped into a car seat just sitting on the side on the road,” the Amazon driver said. “She’s not in a vehicle. She’s just sitting here on the side of the road.”
When he described Haleigh’s appearance and clothing, the dispatcher said she might be the girl police were looking for.
While waiting for police to arrive, the driver could be heard talking to the girl and trying to comfort her as she cried.
Medics checked out Haleigh, who was reunited her with her mother, Razshae Wood.
“I just got a call from my husband saying the car is gone and Haleigh is asleep in the back,” Razshae said. “He was just crying and freaking out and I was crying and freaking out ... I didn’t care about the car, I just wanted my daughter to be OK,” she said. “I just thank God she’s OK.”
Dayton Police said they have not located the stolen vehicle and no one has been arrested in the case.