New police software will 'make job easier'

By Nok-Noi Ricker
The Bangor Daily News

BREWER, Me. — If someone decides to steal a pair of shoes from Marden's, or walk out of the Brewer Wal-Mart Supercenter with a cart full of items, the "Star Witness" will be there to help police catch them.

The Brewer Police Department has received two hi-tech computers in the last week, one loaded with Star Witness software that will help with isolating and enhancing videos, including those on cruisers and those from store surveillance tapes. The second computer system will allow police to do an in-depth search of a suspect's computer hard drive.

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