Police are looking for a man who tried snatching a little girl off her bike in Davenport Saturday night.
Jazmine Holbrook was riding her bike on Brown Street when a man pulled up, grabbed her and forced the child into his car.
Jazmine's mother Toni Bell says, "I don't understand how somebody could try to harm a child."
Bell is in shock.
"I wonder if he has any children of his own and how he would feel if somebody tried to do that to one of his children."
Police say a younger black man in the area came to her rescue. He came up to the suspect and and hit him, helping the 11-year-old get out of the car.
Bell says he saved her life.
"When I got close to her, he kind of explained what was happening and I pretty much knew that he was my daughter's hero."
While she's home safe, the predator is still at large.
Police say he was last seen driving the wrong way on Third Street.
Officers say he's white and in his 50's with white or gray hair.
Police say he's driving a small light colored VW bug type car.
Meanwhile, Jazmine is still in shock and won't leave her parent's side.
"When she came home last night she was so hysterical she made us close the windows and the blinds so she doesn't even feel safe in her own home", said Bell.
Neighbors CBS4 talked with say they've seen a man lurking around the alley off the 200 block of Brown Street many times, and it's the same place where Jazmine was confronted.
They're afraid of what might happen to their own children if the man isn't caught.
Davenport Police are asking anyone with information to call them at (563) 326-7979.
Police are also looking for the hero.
They say he frequents the skate park in Davenport - and should be praised for saving Jazmine's life.