After scouring a Boston suburb all day it took a phone call from a member of the public pin-pointing the exact location of the suspect. Only then were police able to show a clear image of the man hiding in a boat. US law enforcement have been forced to admit their American made equipment was 'a bit shit'.
British TV viewers have long known that Thames Valley's state of the art cameras can spot the familiar glow of a Slough chav within 1 second of him exiting a stolen Vauxhall Astra after a high speed chase. American law enforcement say the cost of the new cameras will be absorbed by selling the addictive TV footage of glowing fugitives trying to evade police, before their inevitable capture.