COLUMBUS, OH – Police in Columbus are searching for a black four-door Honda Accord that was stolen Monday night with two five-month-old babies inside.
“Officers need help locating a four-door black 2010 Honda Accord that was stolen earlier tonight near the Short North. Two 5-month-old children were in the vehicle when it was taken,” the Columbus Police Department said. “The vehicle is missing the front bumper and has tinted windows with a ripped temporary tag that starts with the letter “M.” The stolen vehicle also has a “West Side City Toys” Bumper sticker.”
The suspect is 24-year-old Nalah Jackson, according to police.
The car was stolen when the mother of the twin boys left them in the car to pick up an order at Donatos Pizza on East 1st Avenue and North High Street in the Short North neighborhood. When she returned, the car was gone, along with her boys, Kasson and Kyair.
Poice are asking the public to call 911 if they know the location of this vehicle.
Later, one of the boys was located at the Dayton Airport.