Pa. cops unveil two new crime-fighting vans

Mobile Investigative Response Vehicles will be used by detectives


Philadelphia Daily News

PHILADELPHIA — Philadelphia police have a new crime-fighting tool, thanks in part to the city's thugs.

Police bigwigs yesterday unveiled their Mobile Investigative Response Vehicles, two huge, technologically trumped-up vans that will enable detectives to do more police work at crime scenes instead of schlepping back to the office. Each cost $485,000 and was funded by assets forfeited by criminals and by grants from the U.S. Department of Justice.

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