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The Internal Security Forces asked citizens Sunday to place an identification card inside their vehicles when parked in a non-designated space for security reasons."In light of the critical security situation in the country and growing fears of suspicious vehicles ... the Internal Security Forces urge drivers to place a card on the dashboard that includes the driver's full name and phone number so that [police] can contact them when necessary," the ISF said in a statement. They added that the measure would prevent panic among residents that could ensue as a result of vehicles deemed suspicious and would help the police avoid breaking into the vehicle to search it.
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