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Alabama Mother’s Attention Was Diverted When A Man High-Fived Her Son

Alabama Mother's Attention Was Diverted When A Man High-Fived Her Son And Then Presumed That She Saw Him Trying To Take Away Her Son.
Alabama Mother's Attention Was Diverted When A Man High-Fived Her Son And Then Presumed That She Saw Him Trying To Take Away Her Son. (Photo: Yahoo News)

Alabama Mother’s Attention Was Diverted When A Man High-Fived Her Son And Then Presumed That She Saw Him Trying To Take Away Her Son.

Police are looking for the man in Alabama who allegedly attempted to abduct the child of a mother shopping in Walmart. The worried mother said she was cautious of the nameless old man who gave her son a high-five in the famous store, Walmart in Alabama. After that, she accusingly caught the man attempting to get her son out of the pushcart.

According to a post published by Yahoo News, the Alabama mother, Tiffany Rush said she was in the self-checkout line with Mason her 3-year-old son when the man went to their spot and gave Mason a high-five, which she assumed was to calm down her son Mason that was having an outburst.

Alabama Mother's Attention Was Diverted When A Man High-Fived Her Son And Then Presumed That She Saw Him Trying To Take Away Her Son.

Alabama Mother’s Attention Was Diverted When A Man High-Fived Her Son And Then Presumed That She Saw Him Trying To Take Away Her Son. (Photo: Yahoo News)

Alabama Mother Explains in Detail Of How Everything Happened

Rush went to the Attalla Police Department “I was OK with that but I kept my eyes on him,” those are the words that Rush exclaimed

The mother of Mason said the man told Mason these words, “We’re going to go to my truck,” and lifted Mason out of Rush’s shopping cart and into his cart. Rush said she wasn’t sure if the man was serious and that moment felt “like a tv show” to her.

Rush went to the Attalla Police Department and filed a report but felt like she wasn’t taken seriously by the police. According to the words of the police, they searched and evaluated for “several hours” the security footage from Walmart to identify the man and are now locating the person.