Shocking moment hero boy, 8, pulls sister out of moving car as ‘heroin addict, 24, tries to steal motor’

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THIS is the shocking moment a hero eight-year-old boy pulls his sister to safety as they tumble out of the back of a stolen car.

CCTV footage shows the lad opening the rear passenger door and dragging his sister, 10, out of the moving motor.

WKRC-TV

CCTV shows the moment a hero boy opens the back door of a car and drags his sister to safety after a thief tries to steal it[/caption]

WKRC-TV

The children are seen lying on the side of the road as their great-grandmother tries to fight off the thief[/caption]

Both kids were uninjured after the harrowing incident in Middletown, Ohio, on Thursday.

Police later nabbed the alleged would-be thief, named by police as heroin addict Dalvir Singh, 24.

Nita Coburn, 69, was dropping her daughter off at the hospital when Singh jumped into the driver’s seat and took off with her great grandchildren Chance and Skylar, in the back seat.

Police Maj Scott Reeve said: “The little boy opened the door to escape and the little girl started to jump out also but the man grabbed the hoodie of the little girl not allowing her to leave.

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“As she tried to get away her little brother grabbed hold of her and pulled her away from the kidnapper and they both tumbled out of the vehicle as it was moving.”

Mrs Coburn told WKRC-TV she ran to the driver’s side and tried to get inside to stop the thief.

She added: “All of a sudden, he just floored it. I ate blacktop.


“I went down very roughly. I bounced.”

Maj Reeve said two officers on patrol saw the stolen car fleeing the scene and pulled it over.

Singh has been charged with two counts of kidnapping, assault and grand theft.

WKRC-TV

Police later caught up with the car and arrested a 24-year-old man[/caption]

Middletown Police Department

Police arrested heroin addict Dalvir Singh, 24, and charged him with kidnapping, assault and grand theft[/caption]


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