KUALA LUMPUR: The British mother of baby Freddie, who was kidnapped in Bangsar, is reunited with the 20-month-old boy.
Sarah Joseph, a 39-year-old language teacher, picked up her baby at the Jalan Tun Razak police station at about 2pm on Saturday.
Sentul OCPD ACP Zakaria Pagan said a passer-by found Freddie around 12.30pm in Taman Tasik Titiwangsa, here.
The mother and son are back in their Bangsar home and they will meet the media on Saturday night.
On Friday, a man stormed into Joseph's house in Jalan Terasek 7, Bangsar and abducted baby Freddie at about 6.20pm.
At that time, Joseph was alone with the baby, having dinner on the porch while her maid was inside the house near the upscale neighbourhood near Jalan Telawi which is popular with expatriates.
Joseph had stepped into the house for a while before she heard plates falling and rushed out.
It was then that she saw the man grabbing the baby from his chair.
The man then ran out of the house and drove off in a white Toyota Camry.
According to an eyewitness, a white car stopped in front of the house at around 6pm.
As the car stopped, a man got off and put on a baseball cap and spectacles before proceeding towards the house.