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Ohio Officer Buys Baby Formula for Theft Victim

December 04, 2015  | 

Officer Natalie Ross purchased baby formula for a woman whose money had been stolen. (Photo: Facebook)
Officer Natalie Ross purchased baby formula for a woman whose money had been stolen. (Photo: Facebook)

A Sandusky, OH, officer is being commended for her kind act after helping a victim, reports Fox8 Cleveland.

Officer Natalie Ross was on a call for a woman who had just had some money stolen by her ex-boyfriend while she was on the way to buy baby formula.

Officer Ross decided to take matters into her own hands and purchase the mom some formula for her baby.

The other officer brought the victim to the station and Officer Ross gave her the formula, but Ross never mentioned what she had done to her coworkers or supervisors.


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