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Surveillance video released in McDonalds car theft

JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Jackson Police are still searching for a car that was stolen outside the McDonald's on Hanging Moss Road Christmas Eve, and they hope you will recognize the suspect from the attached surveillance video.

You will see the suspect walk into the fast food restaurant wearing a dark colored hoodie with stripes, and again, as he walks through inside of the restaurant.

A 3-year-old child was inside the 2012 Nissan Altima, when the thieves took off with the car.

The little girl was let out a short time later, and a few miles away in the Keele Street and Cedars of Lebanon Area.

She was not injured.

Police say the tag number of the tan Nissan is HQC-218.

Call Jackson Police at 601-960-1234 if you have any information.

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