Las Vegas Sun
December 23, 2010
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
It could be a car parked in a suspicious spot, a person taking unusual photos of a building’s infrastructure or even snippets of an overheard conversation that raise concern.
With the holidays fast approaching — and scores of expected tourists flooding Las Vegas for events — Metro Police want the public’s help reporting suspicious activity.
With that sentiment in mind, police announced today the presence of new ads as part of the “See Something Say Something” national campaign on eight or nine digital billboards across the Las Vegas Valley.