Lae Police will monitor hot spots inthe industrial hub of Papua New Guineawith efficiency.
Duringthe past month police vehicles were limited and crime inthe city had risen.
Most recentlythe shooting of Menyama Security Services Operations Manager at Bemayong and a youth at Nawaeb block both shot through head at clos range.
The government has put taxpayers money into purchasing vehicles to help police withtheir job.
The vehicles will give Policethe mobility to extendtheir radius of surveillance aroundthe outskirts ofthe city that has been difficult to watch inthe past giving room to many crimes inthe city.
Morobe Governor, Kelly Naru says he realized thatthe city is facing many crime problems.
“I know that Lae has a crime problem and I want to alleviatethe problem,” He said.
The Lae Metropolitan Superintendent saysthe help is something thatthe force needed for a long time.