Shown here is one of the 20 Ford Police Interceptors delivered to the Royal Bahamas Police Force. - Photo: U.S. Embassy, Nassau, Bahamas

Shown here is one of the 20 Ford Police Interceptors delivered to the Royal Bahamas Police Force.

Photo: U.S. Embassy, Nassau, Bahamas

The U.S. government donated 20 new Ford Police Interceptor hybrid SUVs to the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) on July 29.

The vehicles, valued at just over $1.1 million, will be used for routine police operations in Nassau, Grand Bahama, and the Abaco Islands, and will replenish part of RBPF’s fleet that was lost during Hurricane Dorian in 2019. The vehicles expand on another recent donation of six police vehicles that were delivered in February.

The donation also included a separate package of lights and sirens, which were already installed on the vehicles by the RBPF.

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