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A license plate reader (LPR) consist of high-powered video cameras that capture license plate images and software to read those images. The license plate number is then used to search one or more databases to determine whether the vehicle is stolen, the owner has delinquent tickets or may be a wanted criminal. Since the reader can also record the time and location where the image was taken, it can also be used to track the movements of the vehicle.

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