Pa. Police Unveil 'Low Profile' Patrol Vehicles

May 14, 2014

The Erie Bureau of Police have converted 10 patrol vehicles to "low profile" stealth units for targeted enforcement by the Pennsylvania agency.

The agency rolled out the 10 cars on May 13, after the vehicles had been painted all black and had roof-mounted lightbars removed.

The vehicles have been assigned to the agency's Neighborhood Action Team and saturation patrols, reports the Erie Times-News.

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