COPS are frantically hunting for a car after it was stolen with a four-month-old baby in the back seat.

Police in Adelaide, Australia, said a man in his mid-20s pinched the vehicle early on Monday morning.

The car was stolen from Fourth Avenue in Klemzig

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The car was stolen from Fourth Avenue in KlemzigCredit: Google Maps
Police are searching for a Honda Jazz after it was taken with a baby inside

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Police are searching for a Honda Jazz after it was taken with a baby inside

The driver pulled up in a Mazda ute on Fourth Avenue in Klemzig – which had also been stolen – at about 7.45am local time.

He then got into a 2009 white Honda Jazz hatchback that had the tot inside and drove away.

Police have launched a desperate search for the car, which has the registration number S619 AXE, reports 9News.

It was last seen heading towards Windsor Grove at the eastern end of Fourth Avenue. 

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The motorist has been described as Caucasian with dark hair by cops.

It’s understood the owner of the car, a woman, had just put her child in the back seat when a man pulled up and jumped in.

Senior Constable Gen Cullinan told ABC Radio Adelaide: “It appears to be random at this stage.

“It would appear they’ve dumped one car and then literally tried to take another car so there’s no indication these people are known to each other.”

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People who have spotted the Honda Jazz are urged to call police on 131 444. 

Cops have warned people not try attempt to pull the car over themselves.

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