'Watch out for the Grinch, OK?': Boy's adorable 911 call

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It all started when TyLon Pittman called 911 to warn police that the Grinch was stealing Christmas and to be on the lookout, The Clarion-Ledger reported.

TyLon told police that he was terrified that the Grinch would steal his Christmas after he had watched YouTube videos about the character.

The police then came to Tylon's house to hear his concerns and, thanks to his tip, they caught the Grinch.

Develle got his address and went to the home of Tylon Pittman to reassure him his Christmas would be safe, according to the Clarion Ledger. The Grinch just shrugged his shoulders, but he did tell the junior crime fighter that, "You have saved Christmas for the people of Byram".

Once the Grinch served his time, Tylon got to tour the jail and was sure to offer his services to the department, should they need him to save the holidays again.

"He calls people all the time", Teresa Brown-Pittman said.

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TeDera Dwayne Graves, TyLon's brother who is in the Air Force is at home for the very first time in four years for the holidays and he caught the loving and amusing interaction video. "So I ended up looking around and I found him".

Christmas isn't going to be ruined on THIS five-year-old's watch.

TyLon has a plan in case the Grinch does appear: he says he will wrestle him and hold him until the police show up.

"I want you to come to my house and take him to jail", Pittman said. "Your bravery is unmatched; you have saved the day".

Like Develle, Thompson also made a promise to Tylon, who wants to be a cop when he grows up: "When you turn 21, come back and I'm going to give you a job application, OK?"