Baby left in stolen vehicle removed from home

According to police, a mother left her child inside her car with the engine running while she went inside a business on Everhart Road to run a quick errand at around 10:15 a.m. When she came out, the car was gone.

CORPUS CHRISTI (KIII NEWS) - The Corpus Christi Police Department confirmed to 3News Friday that the baby who was left in a vehicle when it was stolen last week has been removed from her home.

According to police, a mother left her child inside her car with the engine running while she went inside a business on Everhart Road to run a quick errand at around 10:15 a.m. When she came out, the car was gone.

RELATED: Baby found safe in stolen vehicle, suspect at large

CCPD quickly put out an alert, which was spread through social media.

Thankfully, the baby was found safe inside the stolen vehicle, which had been abandoned outside a tattoo parlor in the 9900 block of SPID.

On Friday, police confirmed that there is an active case by Child Protective Services and that the child was removed from its home. They also said the child's mother is still expected to face charges of abandoning and endangering a child with intent to return.

There is no word as to when the mother will be arrested.

In the meantime, police said they are still investigating the case and the suspect in the auto theft is still at large.

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