Conn. agency adds license plate reader systems to two cars


By Debra Friedman
Connecticut Post Online

GREENWICH, Conn. — Creeping through a municipal parking lot in downtown Greenwich Thursday morning, Sgt. John Slusarz used more than just his eyes to spot potential crimes or violations -- he had a high-tech camera acting as his partner.

The new Mobile Plate Hunter 900 system, installed on two police vehicles, can accurately scan up to 3,600 license plates per minute, instantly comparing them with law enforcement databases.

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