Any child can be a hero thanks to the gang of “human arrow” kids that led the cops to the robbers during our incredible trip!
The kids, dubbed online as “Tremendous Twelve,” gained to prominence after they masterfully steered a police helicopter onto two fleeing burglary suspects. They traveled with their loyal dog, a Yorkshire terrier named Molly, just like Enid Blyton’s fictional characters.
The kids, who originally spoke with The Mail on Sunday about their incredible experience, said yesterday, “We feel really proud – it was awesome.” They were in the middle of a field in Capel, Surrey, looking for Easter eggs when they noticed the helicopter circling. They were six to twelve years old.
“It was really noisy,” a nine-year-old girl recalled, “and we could see it said “police” on the bottom.” Then we saw a man rush over the field’s edge. The man was seen wrapping his sweatshirt around his head after pulling it off.
She said, “They were trying to scream at the pilot.”
She went on to add that despite their screams and yelling for the chopper to turn toward the man, it was really pointing in the opposite direction.
“Let’s get into an arrow,” two of my buddies said, and we took our places on the ground.
After about a minute of relaxing in the mud, the kids noticed the helicopter coming.