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By Kent Larsen

Terrorist Attacks Lead to Extra Work at Deseret Industries

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH -- Deseret Industries and other used-clothing stores have been asked by the Utah Department of Public Safety to strip all badges and insignia from used police, fire and military uniforms donated before selling them. The department has also asked dry cleaners to require identification before returning uniforms to customers. "We don't want someone with evil or destructive intentions to infiltrate an otherwise secure building," said department Deputy Commissioner Earl Morris. LDS spokesman Dale Bills said "all stores have been instructed to double-check donated police or military uniforms to ensure that badges, insignia and any identifying markings are removed before they are sold or used for humanitarian purposes."

Discarded Uniforms, Insignia Included in Security Crackdown
Salt Lake Tribune 10Oct01 D3
By Michael Vigh: Salt Lake Tribune


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