LANCASTER TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Two teenage boys in Pennsylvania reacted quickly and helped save a five-year-old girl from a kidnapper.
The girl was playing outside of her home when she disappeared. Her mother called police and they, along with the community, launched a huge effort to find her.
Among those looking, were two boys on their bikes.
They saw her in a car driven by a man, so they followed the car on their bikes. When the man noticed they were following him, he pushed the girl out of the car and she ran to the boys.
“Soon as the guy started noticing that we were chasing them, he stopped at the end of the hill and let her out and she ran to me and said that she needed her mom and I brought her back over here to police,” said Temar Buggs, one of the boys.
The girl’s family calls Temar and his pal Chris Garcia their heroes.
Temar told Lancaster Online that he had a gut feeling he’d find Jocelyn Rojas, who was reportedly lured into the car with the promise of ice cream. The suspected kidnapper is a middle-aged man. He has not been identified.