This is hardly inconspicuous! Not many civilians drive a Crown Victoria these days. And in WHITE? Perhaps this isn't a stake out...
fun shot--the lights on top are a dead give away.
did you notice there are no license plates--
So funny! I'm from a town of 900 and this looks familiar! BTW great blog.
I suppose the rack of lights is meant to tell it all.
They were definitely going for subtle with the lights and all...I am tempted to complain here; they have an unmarked Nissan Pathfinder. It makes me furious! How un-American is that?!?!
LOL. Like we don't look for the lights first.
That is kind of funny
I love in a small town too, we have two cars thanks to Foothill division (yep the Rodney King Foothill Division) but we are just a spot on the map so two cars is all we get. Ours are very marked tho no hiding for them. Happy WW!
I live in a small town too - but my small town is RIGHTNEXTTOMINNEAPOLIS so we have regular police cars. :)Thanks for stopping by and inviting me! I am now a follower! You have nice pictures and I love your "If the shoe fits...buy it in every color!"awesome.
thats kinda unusual but great capture :)oh btw my photo was a papaya tree :)
Police cars of any kind make me very nervous!
I'm with Anon - the lights are the first things I freak out about if I happen to be speeding.So *not* so unmarked, if you ask me ;)
Funny! I LOVE it that the car has lights on top! Kind of gives it away, doesn't it?
ooohhhh nicely done...so incognito...genius!
Yes, this looks like my town as well... :-)
Wow! Thanks for the tip -- next time I drive through Price, I'm watching out for that guy. Are your fire engines unmarked too?
Nice! Never seen one of those before, not like that anyways.
I agree with the others... the lights are a pretty big giveaway! Most of our unmarked cars don't have the lights on the top so they can be a little more inconspicuous!
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