Shocking footage captured from a tiny doorbell camera has shown the moment a mother fell from a vehicle driving away with her abducted daughter inside.
Authorities rescued a Texas 8-year-old Sunday, May 19, after a vigilant duo saw the Fort Worth Police Department's description of the vehicle suspected in her kidnapping and went hunting for it, police said.
Fort Worth police arrived on the scene after receiving the call.
Police issued an Amber Alert for Salem and posted her photos and pictures of the auto to social media.
Police say 51-year-old Michael Webb was arrested on an aggravated kidnapping charge.
Police have said that the young girl is in a "good condition" but she has still been taken to hospital to be checked out.
The mum had fought with the male kidnapper, grabbing a piece of his jewellery as he drove off. He faces an aggravated kidnapping charge.
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She was out for a walk with her mother when she was taken by someone in a passing vehicle. She then ran down the street, yelling, "Help me! I'm here to report that Salem has been found safe", he said.
Police thanked the media for publicizing the incident and concerned citizens for directing them to the location of the suspect's vehicle.
A state-wide search was launched and an Amber alert was issued.
Sabatka was safely retrieved after two members of a local church started their own search for the young girl and the suspect's auto. The two church members, who have yet to be identified, had seen the photos on social media and made a decision to go out on their own to help authorities find the auto.
"It's a phenomenal feeling", Calzada said in the press briefing. The church members saw the photo of the vehicle on social media and drove around to help find the girl.
Calzada recounted how he and other officers were listening in on a radio as the police entered the hotel room and discovered Sabatka. And the smiles on the faces of adults of the Fort Worth neighborhood where, 24 hours earlier, panic reigned.