MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Three people are in custody after two cars were stolen — one with a baby inside, who was later found safe — from a store in Corinth, Mississippi.
Police said the two vehicles were stolen around 9 p.m. Oct. 3 from Harper Quick Stop. The owners called 911. Surveillance video showed a red Infiniti pulling into the parking space and two males exiting, getting inside two vehicles and leaving northbound.
One of those vehicles contained a 1-year-old, who was with a babysitter at the time.
Corinth Police said Kobe Davis is charged with carjacking and directing a youth to commit a felony. Robert Bolden is charged with four accessory counts before and after the fact.
A juvenile is charged with carjacking and kidnapping.
Bolden is held in the Alcorn County Jail. Davis is being held in McNairy County and faces other charges there, Corinth Police said.
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Police said the child and the vehicles were recovered with help from the McNairy County Sheriffs Office, Chester County Sheriffs Office, Selmer Police Department, TBI and MBI.