ORLANDO, Fla. — Law enforcement in Orange County wants you to be safe while you shop.
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People need to remember to lock car doors, hide valuables and call for help if they see something suspicious.
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There will be extra deputies and officers patrolling malls and shopping centers.
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Officers will be in uniform and in plainclothes, as part of what they’re calling “Operation Safe Holiday.”
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