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Piedmont installing cameras at city entrances
PIEDMONT, Calif. (KGO) -- Surveillance cameras are being installed at enterance points into the city of Piedmont.
They're supposed to capture the license plates of every car entering the city.
There will be more than a dozen locations using multiple cameras on all major streets.
Piedmont leaders approved the plan in June as part of an effort to fight crime in the city.
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