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    November 17
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    November 17
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    November 17
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    November 17
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    November 17
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    November 17
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    November 17
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    November 17
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    November 17
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    November 17
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    Final
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    Final
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    Final

Police Use an 11-Year-Old’s Drawing to Catch a Criminal

Police Use an 11-Year-Old's Drawing to Catch a Criminal

Police Use an 11-Year-Old’s Drawing to Catch a Criminal

There was a string of burglaries recently in Stratford, Connecticut. One of them was at 11-year-old Rebecca DePietro’s house . . . and she got a quick look at the guy.

So when the cops asked her to describe him, she drew a picture. But we’re going to be harsh here . . . Rebecca is NOT a good artist. It was basically a lousy kid’s drawing of a guy with some scraggly facial hair.

But it was a lead. And when the cops compared it to one of their suspects last week, they felt like he looked close enough to the drawing that he was worth investigating.

He’s 32-year-old Pedro Bruno. And it turns out he WAS the burglar . . . because he confessed to everything.

The Stratford police chief says, quote, “For us to take that sketch and match it up, it was remarkable. Maybe she’s part of our next generation of detectives.” So they honored Rebecca in a ceremony on Thursday.

(NBC 30 – New Britain)

 

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