The Young Heroes: 12 Kids and a Dog Recognized for Their Crime-Busting Deeds

Any child may be a hero, thanks to the gang of “human arrow” kids who led the police to the robbers during our incredible trip!

The teens gained notoriety as “Tremendous Twelve” on the internet when they skillfully aimed a police helicopter at two burglary suspects who were running away. Similar to the fictional characters created by Enid Blyton, they journeyed accompanied by their dependable Yorkshire terrier, named Molly.

Sunday, the children first talked about their incredible experience with The Mail. Yesterday, they said, “We feel really proud – it was awesome.” They saw the helicopter circling when they were in the middle of a field in Capel, Surrey, doing an Easter egg hunt. They were between the ages of six and twelve.

“It was really noisy, and we could see it said “police” on the bottom,” recalled a nine-year-old girl. Then we witnessed a man bolt across the field’s edge. The man was seen removing his jumper and wrapping it around his head.

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“They were trying to scream at the pilot,” she continued.

She went on to add that the chopper was really pointing in the opposite way, despite their loud cries for it to turn toward the man.

Then, after saying, “Let’s get into an arrow,” two of my pals and I took our places on the ground.

The kids were lying in the mud for about a minute when they saw the helicopter coming.

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