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Pennsylvania Teen Finds And Rescues Abducted Little Girl! Watch HERE!

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Lancaster teenager Temar Boggs is being called a hero after he found a missing 5-year-old girl, and he's definitely deserving of the title!

Last Thursday, Jocelyn Rojas's parents reported that she had gone missing, and the whole town began searching for the lost child.

Temar noticed all of the police cars and fire trucks and decided to start a search party of his own with a few of his friends. He said he had a gut feeling that he would find the missing girl, and boy was he right!

He and his buddy Chris Garcia were riding on their bikes when they saw a little girl matching Jocelyn's description in a mysterious car, and they decided to follow it!

The driver noticed that he was being chased and decided to let the little girl go, and Temar was able to carry her to the authorities so she could be reunited with her parents!

Temar remains humble in the spotlight and claims he was just doing what anyone in his position would do. But if he didn't have the bravery to pursue the kidnapper, who knows how this whole thing would have ended up?!?!

Ch-ch-check out his side of the story (above)!

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27 comments to “Pennsylvania Teen Finds And Rescues Abducted Little Girl! Watch HERE!”



  1. 1

    Yay Tamar! Pretty awesome.

  2. auj says – reply to this


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    I think Temar should consider a future career as a detective-he obviously has what it takes.
    Indeed a real hero.



  3. 3

    Awww he is wonderful!!! Why cant we have more good stories like this.

  4. margo says – reply to this


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    I'm going to sit here and wait for the media to spin it into something along the lines of "the black kid abducted her! that's how he knew where to find her!"

  5. Lily says – reply to this


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    Really? a kidnapper in a car was scared by two teenagers on bikes? that sounds very suspicious to me, I hope they investigate.

  6. Rube says – reply to this


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    So, did he get the registration plate, or a look at the person who took her when they stopped the car to let the girl out? Did they even find the actual kidnapper? Besides, why is his story so detailed? There are plenty of studies that show when you are in an adrenaline inducing/paniced state of mind, you do not remember details like "She was on my shoulders, but then I realised that was dangerous to ride like that so I carried her for the last few meters". I know I will probably get some hate for this comment, but I think he's just as suspicious as the car.



  7. 7

    How wonderful. This kid is great!

  8. Dawn says – reply to this


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    Amazing and finally some good news. Good job Tamar. Stop the hating. The little girl is alive and reunited with her parents.

  9. Rube says – reply to this


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    Re: margo – It's nothing to do with his race. However, the apparent anti racist (you) is the one making it about that. I find him suspicious for MANY reasons, not because he's black.

  10. WillowWynde says – reply to this


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    Now this is a great kid! Way to go, Temar!

  11. Elizabeth says – reply to this


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    This is awesome! You never know…one more minute and she could of been gone forever. Kudos to you Temar for doing such a kind act. You will be eternally rewarded.

  12. Kim says – reply to this


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    This happened close to my home, this kid is amazing!! They deserve some kind of reward! they probably saved her life

  13. kim says – reply to this


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    Re: Rube – the suspect they are looking at is a registered sex offender, he had every reason to be afraid of someone seeing him with the little girl, no matter if they are young or not, he could still be id'd by them

  14. Alli says – reply to this


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    Re: Rube – I'm pretty sure the little girl can tell the cops who kidnapped her. They were on bikes. The kidnapper was in a car. Maybe he didn't stop close enough for them to memorize a license plate number. And what are you on about with your studies? He seems to lay out a pretty good timeline.

  15. hopscotch776 says – reply to this


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    Re: Rube – Don't you think the police interviewed the little girl and she identified her attacker not as the teenage boy? You need to question your own motives why you really think this teenage boy had something to do with it. I'm sure any seasoned police officer could have gotten each boy to turn on each other if they had something to do with it. Why does black and race have to come up anytime someone is black is featured in the news for something positive, it's like we see the obvious. By the way these questions are rhetorical, no need to reply just search within yourself.

  16. Kim says – reply to this


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    Re: Rube – also, just to let you know they do have a suspect, it is a 73 yo convicted sex offender, they are probably just waiting for the little girl to id him herself , and since she's only 5 yo and WAS sexually assaulted before these kids did find her, they are probably trying not to push her too much right away.

  17. Rube says – reply to this


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    Re: hopscotch776 – Just incase you didn't realise, I didn't bring up his race. You have just made it about his skin by saying that. Congratulations.

  18. Aly says – reply to this


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    @lily Of course he was intimidated by 2 teenagers on bikes he had an abducted 5 yr old in the front seat dumbass

  19. danielle says – reply to this


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    how brave! yei! all those sex offenders should be burned to death

  20. teeter totter says – reply to this


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    Re: Kim – Oh gosh, I'm so sorry to hear that.
    God bless this man for rescuing her, and hope he gets some kind of reward for doing the right thing.

  21. bridgegal66 says – reply to this


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    Luv it and agree that he should go into law enforcement "I just had a feeling I would find her" - good initiative and instinct if I had enough money I would give him at least $5K towards his police schooling - someone please step up and show that good deeds do get recognized!!

  22. fairmaiden says – reply to this


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    What a beautiful person. You can tell he has been taught well. So glad to see good stories in the news!!!

  23. Sarah says – reply to this


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    Why didn't he describe the car? I cannot find any report that describes what the vehicle looked like? That's pretty odd…Normally you say I saw the little girl in a black toyota or some identifier..but in this case they never described what kind of vehicle or the color….Very strange just saying.

  24. Sarah says – reply to this


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    Re: Rube – I agree - the story sounds a little strange and not well put together not to mention he didn't describe the car at all…that's the first thing a teenager would do is say I saw her in a blue (insert car here)….Very strange



  25. 25

    He did good! He did REAL good! :)

  26. Chloe says – reply to this


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    He says RIGHT THERE in the video that he was helping an old lady move her couch when the abduction happened. Don't you think they would ask this old lady for his alibi if they didn't trust him?
    Wouldn't it be a little difficult to transport a little girl unnoticed on your bike?
    What's wrong with adding detail to your stories? The reporters asked him what happened and so he told them.
    People in the area witnessed the abduction, they all reported him to be a white man in his seventies. It's a bit obvious this young boy doesn't fit the description.

    The fact that people can't believe this young boy could be a hero is just sad.

  27. Bobby L says – reply to this


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    Re: Chloe
    Well said. Stop trying to play detective and give this kid the benefit of the doubt. There is a VERY good chance that this little girl would have disappeared forever and I really doubt that this kid was in cahoots with a 70 year old convicted sex offender.