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Best Buy employee who was fired for tackling a burglary suspect is offered his job back

When a Best Buy employee in the Sacramento area saw a man assaulting a law enforcement officer and then fleeing, he jumped to the officer's aid, chasing the suspect and tackling him to the ground in a parking lot.

The employee's quick thinking helped officers catch the man,

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