PERTH AMBOY, N.J. (AP) - Police are crediting three middle school students with rescuing a toddler who wandered away from her grandmother's home in New Jersey.
Police in Perth Amboy say the two 13-year-old boys and 12-year-old girl were walking home from the McGinnis Middle School when they spotted the 14-month-old girl along Market Street.
Police Chief Benjamin Ruiz tells The Home News Tribune of East Brunswick ( http://mycj.co/RBqh1e) the students grabbed the child and called police Tuesday.
The toddler was reunited with her grandmother.
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