Two people helped the police rescue an eight-year-old Texas girl who was abducted in front of her mother on Saturday night. According to the police, Salem Sabatka was walking with her mother in Fort Worth, Texas, when a man abducted her in a car. Authorities issued an Amber alert and published a description of the car on social media. Two unidentified residents took it upon themselves to find the girl. The duo found a matching vehicle parked in front of a hotel and called the police. "As you can see, there is a smile on my face. I am here to announce that Salem has been found safe, "Fort Worth police spokesman Buddy Calzada told reporters. "These are our heroes tonight, I'll tell you," he said about the helpful pair, who were described only as members of a local church. Sabatka would not have been hurt and would have found his family. A 51-year-old man is accused of kidnapping her and is facing aggravated kidnapping charges, according to Calzada. The man is not related to the girl.