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Target Worker Credited With Saving Kidnapped Girl

Target Worker Credited With Saving Kidnapped Girl

Authorities say Roxanna Ramirez helped them find a man they believe kidnapped a 7-year-old girl from her home in Antioch, California.

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Mr. Brown January 09 2014 at 1:27 PM

She is a very smart girl and a very big HERO!!

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dustyeatman1 January 09 2014 at 4:10 PM

What a young woman..Kudos to you young lady..I am proud of you!

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Kate January 09 2014 at 4:57 PM

That's a very intelligent woman, and I'm proud that she works locally-- I'm in the Bay area too. She should get a job in criminal justice in some capacity: she's obviously very observant and quick thinking. Congratulations, Ms. Ramirez, from Kate in Berkeley!

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rreggaeredkc January 09 2014 at 4:59 PM

Ms Ramirez changed a child and a family's life. She had an impact that few people can simply by being observant and acting on instinct. This reminds me of the woman in a grocery store who identified Brittany Mae Smith with her "abductor" after her mother was mudered by the boyfriend. Tina Smith was my friend. She was beaten to death. Jeffrey Easley, the "abductor" in is prison for murder. Rest in peace friend.
Ms Ramirez, thank you for your observational skills and using them for a greater good. You should be proud and hold your head high because you saved this child. I hope you reap rewards for helping lead this precious child home.

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marklof55 January 09 2014 at 7:03 PM

The Angel here is the Target Employee

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Geo, marklof55 January 09 2014 at 9:25 PM

true

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pearlnestor1 January 10 2014 at 12:58 AM

First off that worker deserves a raise, a big one. Any worker who is that much aware of what's going around them and acts on it deserves one. Second, that pedo who stated that he was just as afraid as that child is a scum bag! People who are afraid of doing things don't usually do them! What a lame statement, he's just covering his a** the best way he can.

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SEXY SCORPIO January 09 2014 at 5:11 PM

Thank GOD that someone took following their "intuition" seriously. How many times have we all felt that something was about to happen and did not act on it....dismissing it as foolish or unimportant?
Sometimes the mere fact that we are running late, saves us from being right in the middle of an accident or other mishap. Many people who were supposed to be in at work in the Twin Towers on the 9/11 day, were saved by having unusual circumstances occur, that caused them to be late and miss being in the building at the time the aircraft hit. We must learn to listen to our "intuition" more often....even if it means....not being on time. Not everything in life has to be perfect. This young lady deserves a promotion simply because she was on duty as an "Asset Protection" employee and she was doing her job keenly and acturately, watching people....is what she was hired to do. She wasn't slacking...and it saved a child from something horrific.

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RAULMATTHEW January 09 2014 at 5:14 PM

Yeah Roxanna, you rock girl. Any Police agency would be proud to have you. You just keep on doing what you are doing.

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HI BEAUTIFUL January 09 2014 at 11:55 PM

Screw you Huff Post. I am sick of you not posting and wanting more and more personal info. Are you working for the feds

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kingofswords72 HI BEAUTIFUL January 10 2014 at 1:08 AM

I used to like posting comments on HuffPo articles. Hated most of the articles without any type of editing but loved commenting on them. A couple of weeks ago HuffPo said I needed to "sign in" in order to leave a comment. The only way it allowed a sign in was if you created a Facebook page. Never had a Facebook page, never will. But I really do miss commenting. Oh well, at least I can still comment on AOL articles.

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bdgrizcp January 09 2014 at 6:55 PM

Isn't it customary for these retailers to then fire employees involved in situations like this for violation of some obscure company policy? No? Great job, lady!

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jaded13640 bdgrizcp January 09 2014 at 7:45 PM

That's exactly what I was going to say. It seem the big box retailers almost always fire an employee that helps a someone unless it's ringing up their groceries.

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