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Surveillance cameras help police solve cases

"West Seneca police nabbed a registered sex offender for indecent exposure after releasing a photo taken by a Wegmans store.

Buffalo police arrested a woman suspected of stealing purses from area churches after releasing a photo taken from a gas station's security camera.

Tonawanda police charged a man with bank robbery after releasing a photo from the bank's security camera.

No doubt about it, there are more of these cameras in retail stores, banks, fast-food restaurants and grocery stores today, making it more likely investigators will find a useful image.

And just as important, the images are no longer blurred or grainy.

"Nothing beats a good picture," said Amherst Assistant Police Chief Timothy M. Green."

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