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Law enforcement vehicles found to be installed with GPS trackers by traffic offenders
Published: Apr 07, 2021 06:48 PM
Local transportation law enforcement department in Wenzhou, East China's Zhejiang Province found that traffic offenders had installed GPS trackers on their cars to avoid being caught. Photo: The Paper

In a plot twist that could have come straight out of the classic animated cartoon Tom and Jerry in which Jerry ties a bell to Tom's neck, the transportation law enforcement department in Wenzhou, East China's Zhejiang Province found that offenders had installed GPS trackers on their cars. Photo: The Paper

 

In a plot twist that could have come straight out of the classic animated cartoon Tom and Jerry in which Jerry ties a bell to Tom's neck, the transportation law enforcement department in Wenzhou, East China's Zhejiang Province found that offenders had installed GPS trackers on their cars.

Since a crackdown against overloaded vehicles was launched, local transportation authorities found that the situation had improved dramatically, while local residents said that the number of illegal vehicles had not decreased at all.

A few days ago, the authority was surprised to find that offenders had obtained the complete whereabouts of local law enforcement personnel, when they suddenly spotted that GPS trackers had been installed on two police cars.

Internet users on China's Twitter-like Sina Weibo were surprised at the boldness of the offenders, while others expressed concern that such GPS devices could be so easily obtained.

Global Times
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