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No more dummy surveillance cameras in Bangkok

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Hua Lamphong Railstation in Bangkok

Hua Lamphong Railstation in Bangkok. Photo: Cam Vilay. CC BY 2.0.

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) assured Friday that by end of this year people in the capital will be safeguarded by 47,000 surveillance cameras that are functional and no more dummy cameras will be seen on the streets.

Anyone who finds a dummy or fake camera still in use can come to pick up 100,000 baht reward from the BMA.

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