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LIBERTY CENTER, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Extrasecurity measures could soon be in effect at the Liberty Center Public Libraryafter recent vandalism. The library director says they're hoping to addsecurity cameras outside the building.

Theysay they want to be proactive to prevent future vandalism.

Severalother security cameras are already in place throughout Liberty Center. Thelibrary's cameras could be wired in on the same system. Once installed, footagecould go straight to the sheriff's office.

Residentsin the area say they think the cameras will stop crime before it happens.

"Itjust gives people an idea that they're being watched," said resident DirkDishop. "People who are thinking about doing something wrong would possiblythink twice."

Thelibrary board still has to make the final decision on how many cameras theywant to add and where to place them.

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