January 4, 2004

ABP Sensors Prove Worth on Border
Ten Suspected Border Intruders Caught on Night Camera

Ten suspected border intruders (SBIs), probably Brazilians, are caught on ABP's infrared camera. Moments later the group spotted the camera crew and ran into the woods.
Team Uses Sensor Data to Catch Border Crossers In the Act
Cochise County, Arizona (ABP) -- Using a report from a ground sensor, an American Border Patrol surveillance team was able to get close-up video of ten suspected border intruders last Friday night. The sensor reported that ten people were on a trail northbound from the border. The ABP surveillance crew moved into position and captured ten people on its infrared camera. Three were apprehended by the U.S. Border Patrol.
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