A northern Michigan town will install surveillance cameras at a municipally owned campground because of a recent theft, according to the Cadillac (Mich.) News.
The town of Manton, Mich., agreed to buy $2,000-worth of camera equipment because visiting RVers are an important part of the local economy.
The security cameras will be installed as soon as possible, the newspaper reported.
“Campers are getting upset with the problems and are beginning to pull out,” said Manton Councilman John Glynn, during a meeting Monday (June 30). “The RV park is a very critical part of this community and time is of the essence.”