Mother who fought against carjackers in Moseley Birmingham says she protected the three-year-old son
A hero mother who single-handedly fought off three carjackers trying to steal her vehicle with her toddler in it, said her instinct was to protect her son.
Amy-Leigh Hill, 24, came out of her £ 55,000 Audi SQ5 on her driveway in Moseley, Birmingham, when the masked breasts approached her on July 26.
One of the men was armed with a crowbar and demanded the keys to the vehicle, but she refused to hand them over and boldly fought back.
Shocking CCTV images show that the villains almost push Mrs. Hill to the ground, but she manages to push them away before fleeing the scene.
The mother of one says that her son Ronny & # 39; traumatized & # 39; has been left behind and constantly asks where & # 39; the bad guys & # 39; to be.
She says she had to take them on to save her son and added: & # 39; I said & # 39; my child is in the car & # 39; but they don't pay attention. I did everything to stop them. I acted on instinct. & # 39;
The police are hunting these three men after being caught in a CCTV attack on Amy-Leigh Hill for her three-year-old son Ronny. One of the men (in the middle) was wearing a crowbar
She has now spoken about the frightening incident in the hope that someone would recognize the attackers and report it to the police.
Mrs. Hill went on: & Someone out there knows these people and I want them to get caught.
& # 39; I had picked up Ronny from the nursery with my friend and we drove home.
& # 39; We were talking about something to drink and good food.
& # 39; I turned to close the door when a man came to me and demanded the keys.
& # 39; I had noticed them a few minutes earlier in their car on the road, but I didn't think about it. I don't know if they had followed me, were waiting for me or if it was just random
& # 39; Then they started attacking me from all sorts of angles. I pushed them away.
& # 39; They pushed me against the window of my house by the throat. I kicked them off and screamed at them to go off.
& # 39; My friend said & # 39; give them the keys & # 39; but I shouted & # 39; my baby in the car & # 39 ;.
& # 39; They had a crowbar, but they didn't hit me with it, so I thought, well if they hit me, they'd already done it and they kept fighting back.
& # 39; One of them got into the car and I called & # 39; my son is in the car – leave him alone & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I even sat on my handbag under a plant pot, so there was something between them and my keys.
& # 39; They've paid more attention. We called the police through the loudspeaker and the neighbors checked if we were okay. At that moment they walked away.
West Midlands Police released a 34-second video from her mother, Mrs. Hill (photo), fighting the hooded yobs while wearing a long green dress and sandals in an attempt to catch the suspects
& # 39; We had the car for 12 months and three months after it was stolen from our house.
& # 39; The car was kept by the police for six months and three months after we got it back, someone tried to take it again.
& # 39; I'm desperate to relocate and lose the car. I think the carjackers needed beaten bottoms. They are young people who have to look for a job.
& # 39; It is ridiculous that they try to steal things from other people who have their qualifications and have worked for it for years and years.
& # 39; I am devastated that my little boy is traumatized. He always asks where the bad guys are and talks about the police.
& # 39; He cried his eyes when he got out. What should we tell him? It's just so scary.
CCTV images capture the men who are struggling with the mother-of-one (photo), pushing her to the ground at some point in a desperate attempt to get the keys
& # 39; I'm just saying they don't come back because they're in a cage. But that's where they really need it. & # 39;
CCTV recordings attach the men struggling with Mrs. Hill, at one point pushing her to the ground in a desperate attempt to get the keys.
At one point one of the men opens the back door of her car, where her child hides from the aggressive screeching.
But in the end she manages to push them away before they leave the stage empty-handed.
West Midlands Police has now released a 34-second video of the hero mother fighting the hooded yobs while wearing a long green dress and sandals trying to catch the suspects.
Dozens have commented on the courage of the mother, with various messages of support after the frightening incident.
Sarah Thomas, who wrote on Facebook, said: “Well done for the mother who manages to ward them off and protect her child. You don't have to think about it. I hope they are caught and treated appropriately. & # 39;
While Lauren Cleaver said: & # 39; Take my hat off for that lady. Do what you can to protect your children, but what a scary world we live in. & # 39;
And Luke Stanford said: “What a brave woman. Glad to know they got out empty-handed and the lady seems to be unharmed. & # 39;
Juliette Newton added: “Amazingly brave lady fighting a lioness to protect her dear young. I hope these mean cowards are identified quickly. & # 39;
Anyone with information is asked to contact the police via Live Chat at west-midlands.police.uk between 8 a.m. and midnight, call 101 at any time or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Mrs. Hill finally manages to push the three villains away before they flee the scene empty-handed (pictured, run away)
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