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Residential cameras are becoming an essential tool for law enforcement

Doorbell devices with a built-in cameras, like those made by home security company Ring, are becoming a growing tool for law enforcement.
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Doorbell devices with a built-in cameras, like those made by home security company Ring, are becoming a growing tool for law enforcement.

NPR's A Martinez talks to Theresa Payton, CEO of Fortalice Solutions, a cybersecurity firm, about the manhunt for fugitive Danelo Cavalcante which was aided, in part, by people's doorbell cameras.

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