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Help Catch the Northridge Kidnapping Suspect

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Are LA's Most Wanted Fugitives Living in Your Neighborhood?

My13 is teaming up with the LA County Probation Department to help catch LA's Most Wanted fugitives. They've violated probation and are now missing. They need to be found immediately.

New legislation was passed in 2011 to help reduce California's prison population. It's commonly known as AB-109. The legislation shifted supervision of many released prisoners from the state to county probation departments. The offenders are designated as "lower level" but many are actually extremely dangerous.

The LA County Probation Department has provided us photos and information on the worst of the worst. They need to be found right away.

This week we are profiling Tobias Dustin Summers.  The man suspected of kidnapping a Northridge 10 year old from her home.

UPDATE: The primary suspect in the kidnapping and sexual assault of a 10-year-old Northridge girl was seen on surveillance tape crossing a foot bridge into Mexico, Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck said Friday.

Watch the story and see if you can help!

Tipline: (855) 563-7925

E-mail: AB109TIPS@PROBATION.LACOUNTY.GOV

website: http://probation.co.la.ca.us/

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