A burglary suspect offered $20 to each of three Fort Worth six-graders to help him hide, but they refused.
A burglary suspect offered $20 to each of three Fort Worth six-graders to help him hide, but they refused. Chalabala McClatchy Co.
A burglary suspect offered $20 to each of three Fort Worth six-graders to help him hide, but they refused. Chalabala McClatchy Co.

Kids say no to suspect and $20, help Fort Worth police capture him

April 20, 2017 12:07 PM

UPDATED April 20, 2017 06:35 PM

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