Police Radar detector has a “whites” metal detector

When police and fire departments are looking for the best way to locate stolen goods, they look to a technology that can detect metals such as lead, copper and zinc.

Now, a new white metal detector from the UK company that makes it has been discovered and is being used in emergency situations.

The company is based in Norwich and uses an infrared light to detect the presence of the metal.

While the detector is an improvement over the white metal detectors that have existed in the past, it has some drawbacks.

The detectors are not accurate enough to identify metals with a high degree of accuracy.

That’s because they don’t emit enough heat to heat them up.

Instead, they emit an invisible beam of light that can only be seen with the help of a high-powered infrared camera.

And, because the metal detector uses infrared, the detector also has to be placed in a safe location so that it won’t accidentally emit the wrong metal.

When the white detector goes bad The problem with white metal is that, like any other detector, it doesn’t work like a laser pointer.

The metal emits a white light that is not visible to the naked eye, which can cause problems when it’s placed inside a metal box.

For example, if the metal is placed inside the box, the light emitted from the box won’t be visible.

When a white metal box is placed on top of a box that is equipped with a white detector, the metal box absorbs the light, creating an artificial light source.

That means that the metal can emit a light of the wrong color.

The light emitted by the box will also not be visible to a police officer in the police car, so they won’t know that there’s a white box in the back seat.

So the problem is that the white box will be able to emit a white beam, which will cause the metal to emit the same white light as the detector.

That could potentially lead to a false positive.

The problem isn’t limited to metal detectors, either.

A recent study published in the Journal of Applied Physics found that, in a controlled experiment, the white light emitted when a white steel detector is used in an emergency situation could actually be a black light.

It’s possible that the real metal detector in the box could emit a green light that was also absorbed by the metal, which would be detected by the detector in an attempt to figure out what the real detector was doing.