N.Y. Town Adds 'Ghost' Police Cruiser

March 15, 2016

The Ramapo (N.Y.) Police Department has added a "ghost" Ford Police Interceptor SUV top help catch speeders, reports Monsey.com.

The vehicle looks like an unmarked car, but includes subtle graphics with white-shaded lettering on the white paint scheme. The vehicle has been equipped with a push bumper but no lightbar.

The vehicle's graphics are highly visible at night. The town is located near the New Jersey border.

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