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(WCCO) New technology is allowing law enforcement cars to go looking for trouble. Computers now installed in cruisers automatically run license plates and alert officers to wanted drivers.
Police in Lakeville are testing that technology right now, but you might be surprised who came up with it: Target.
The Minnesota-based corporation is working on technology that would take pictures of license plates that come into store parking lots.
Last month, Target donated to the Lakeville Police Department the technology that reads and runs license plates through a crime database.