Great things that police officers do every day are rarely reported on in our mainstream media. That would ruin the narrative that the left wants to promote that cops are bad. The incident below is just one of the many great things our police officers do for Americans every day.

The Louisville Police Department just released bodycam footage of officers reducing a 6-year-old girl who had been kidnapped. Because of the quick response by police and witnesses to the kidnapping, they were able to track him down within 30 minutes of the girl’s disappearance. Officer Jason Burba and Sergeant Joe Keeling apprehended suspect Robby Wildt, age 40.

Thank goodness for the quick-acting witnesses who saw Robby Wildt take the 6-year-old girl and put her in his car. They quickly called 911 with a description of what happened. One witness even followed Wildt and was able to provide a partial license plate number.

The key to the success of this case has to be the great coordination between witnesses and quick action by the police, who “promptly” responded by flooding the area with police officers.

Officer Beth Ruoff said, “Fortunately, the entire incident only lasted about 30 minutes due to the quick actions of the community and LMPD.”

The suspect has been charged with kidnapping with a $1 million bond.

Photo below of the suspect:

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