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Hidden cameras to be placed in Suffolk County parks, officials say : Initiative is an effort to combat graffiti, illegal dumping Police chief Sini won't say where or how many to be installed

Hidden cameras - some activated by movement - will be placed in Suffolk County parks to combat graffiti and illegal dumping, authorities announced Friday.

Suffolk County legislators Kara Hahn and Sarah Anker said at a news conference in Hauppauge that they supported a number of initiatives to stop illegal activity in the more than 70 parks and 46,000 acres of parkland owned by the county.

They announced a plan with the Suffolk County Police Department to work with the county parks de

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