Liberty Police Want Cameras
Liberty police want to install surveillance cameras around town in the wake of an armed robbery, attempted bank robbery and lawnmower thefts.
Police Chief Nathan Toney asked aldermen this week to consider installing cameras on Main Street near Liberty Lumber Co. and at intersections with Highways 584 and 48.
Toney said cameras on Main Street might have enabled officers to track down the criminals in several cases.
He said prices range from $150 and above. Aldermen told Toney to get firmer prices and include them in his annual budget request.