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Andrew Adams, KSL NewsradioMary was frantic. "I was shaking so bad!" she said.
She thought her baby and her car were gone. "I had taken the keys in with me and locked the car. So I was perplexed how they had broken in and hot wired my car with me standing in the door."
She grabbed the family, called the cops and started driving around, hoping maybe the thief saw the boy and ditched the car.
She returned to the crime scene, only to find the biggest of surprises: Her car had made it over to the neighbors'.
"It was apparently in neutral and had backed down the street as I went up to the door," she said.
The kid's fine. Mom's kind of embarrassed.