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The highly trained officers of the Auto Theft Task Force, known as "The Wolf Pack," use eight souped-up SUVs equipped with huge steel bumpers to track and arrest car thieves in northern New Jersey. Because stolen cars are often used in robberies, murders and other crimes, the stakes for the officers are high. And danger lurks behind every corner as even a routine traffic stop can turn into a gunfight. The officers aren't working alone when they track the criminals -- they have at their disposal technology that includes automated license-plate readers and a helicopter equipped with a heat-seeking camera.
Tony Del Duca
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