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Police Plan 'High Visibility' In Prince George's Metro Stations

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Metro says the "high visibility" will include security sweeps, with officers spreading out across stations and boarding trains to look for suspicious activity. More than 100 officers from multiple law enforcement agencies -- including the Metro Transit Police Department's anti-terrorism team -- will participate.

Police will also hand out fliers to remind passengers how to protect themselves and their property while in the Metro system.

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