New York: Shock second homeless man allegedly tries to abduct woman

This is the surprising second a homeless man allegedly tried to abduct a three-year-old woman strolling with her grandmother on a New York avenue.

A man allegedly tried to abduct a three-year-old woman strolling with her grandmother on a New York avenue on Monday, however was foiled by good Samaritans, police stated.

Santiago Salcedo, 27, was arrested afterward Monday. He has been charged with kidnapping, tried kidnapping, illegal imprisonment and endangering the welfare of a kid.

It is alleged the man approached the 65-year-old grandmother, who was with her granddaughter and two toddler grandsons, round 1.20pm on a avenue within the Bronx, in response to police.

He allegedly threw a blanket across the woman, picked her up and tried to flee with her down the block, a police supply stated.

The grandmother’s screams alerted people close by, and so they confronted the man, who put the kid down, the supply stated.

A employee at a close-by petrol station jumped into motion when the alleged abduction occurred.

“I was sweeping outside, and all of a sudden this lady passed by with three kids … the guy grabbed her from there. I’m like, for me, I thought it was family joking around,” stated Fermin Bracero, 63.

But the employee shortly realised what was taking place.

“The grandmother was screaming loud, ‘He’s taking the little girl!’ Then I and a couple of people went to run after him,” he stated.

The man then let the woman go and began strolling again to his scooter by a cemetery close by.

“Then he took off with the scooter,” he stated. “Maybe a quarter of a mile [400m] or less, he left the scooter … Then just kept walking like nothing. He was homeless. That was crazy.”

In July, an identical even occurred when a man tried to seize a five-year-old boy who was strolling with his household in Queens, in response to police.

Shocking video confirmed the horrifying July 15 abduction attempt close to Myrtle and Hillside Avenues in Richmond Hill, in which the household pulled the boy out of his abductor’s automobile.

This article initially appeared on New York Post and was reproduced with permission

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