In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," an entire town of 422 people tracks down a robber in Rhine, Georgia, CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
The local gas station there was recently held up in broad daylight. Now, what happens if you see this happen in a major city? You call 911, you run and hide, you look the other way.
But not in this town.
Resident Ken Lowery helped tracked down the suspect saying. He told local news affiliate WGXA, "A nice lady like that, working at Aden's, trying to make a living and some thug coming out trying to rob her? People around her ain't gonna put up with that."
Some thirty people, all of them neighbors, found the suspect, chased him until he hid in a nearby garden shed, and kept him there until some really impressed cops could make the arrest.
We should point out that you shouldn't take the law into your own hands. But in this case, police say residents of Rhine acted appropriately and nobody got hurt.