South Florida Media Asking Citizens to Report Man who Photographed Government BuildingPINAC
Aug. 22, 2013
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The South Florida media is reporting on an alarming incident in which a man photographed a government building in Fort Lauderdale before driving off, encouraging the public to call “crime stoppers” to report any information on this mysterious man who was caught on a surveillance camera, adding that they may even be eligible for a reward.
After all, the man went as far as typing on his iPad after taking the photos.