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Police ready to make a wardrobe change
Londonderry Police Officer Ronald Randall sports one of the department's new, casual uniforms during a recent shift at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. (Courtesy)
Members of the local police force will soon be sporting some stylish and more modern new duds while patrolling the town.
"We've been looking towards a more utilitarian look," he said. "For starters, the new uniforms have more pockets. They're easier to move around in."
Police Chief Bill Hart said that in the months leading up to the transition, he's hoping to publicize the changes so residents won't be alarmed or confused by the police force's new look.
"So we're spreading the word," he added.
Further details on the new uniforms will be posted on the department's Facebook page.
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