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Hero Dog Saves Baby From Kidnapping In Indianapolis

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Indianapolis, IN – A dog is being hailed as hero for thwarting a would-be kidnapper’s attempt to steal a baby. Nayeli Garzon-Jimenez was on the phone with her husband when an intruder reportedly broke into her home.

The shocked and frightened mother saw a woman grabbed her 3-month-old daughter and attempt to run to out the back door, according to WISH-TV. Her husband Adolfo Angeles-Morales said he heard his wife screaming and crying before she told him that someone stuck their hand through the door.

Garzon-Jimenez had this to say about the attempted kidnapping:

“The guy said, ‘Give me the money or we take the baby.’ The man said, ‘Money, money.’ I said, ‘I don’t have any.”

The family pit bull was at the back door wouldn’t let the woman running with the baby through. The would-be kidnapper threw the little baby girl at her mother and the pair of intruders rapidly fled from the scene.

Nayeli Garzon-Jimenez was reportedly hit in the head with a gun at some point during the attempted kidnapping. She was treated and released for cut and bruises from a local hospital, according to Yahoo News. The baby girl was unharmed, even though she was tossed about like a football by the female intruder.

Indianapolis police officers are searching for a black man believed to be around 35 years old, with acne scars, a close-cut beard, and roughly 6-foot-2 inches tall. The suspected male intruder is heavy set with light skin. The alleged black female intruder is believed to be in her mid-20s, also heavy set, approximately 5-foot-10, and has two lip piercings and an eyebrow piercing.

Nayeli Garzon-Jimenez

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9 Responses to “Hero Dog Saves Baby From Kidnapping In Indianapolis”

  1. Meredith Tolley

    I don't own (and never have owned a pitbull) but I know some of my FB of passionate about their unfair bad reputation. I thought of Beth Woodworth Carr and Sev and knew she would enjoy this. Good Dog!

  2. Joseph Stann

    Now that's a heartless killer for you…….

    Seriously though, dogs are what you train them. And most have been terrific, and at worst overly defensive. I have only been bitten once in all my years of approaching strange dogs, and that was because the dog was freaked out by a work crew that kept walking through his house.

  3. Angela Desmond

    And my new baby! Elora will be the orphaned savior of her kind a la Willow. ;)

  4. Delores Johnson

    Good Dog! Even though I'm guilty of also NOT liking the breed, I'm still glad to hear more of the GOOD stories about Pit Bulls as opposed to all the BAD stories about pit bulls.