Border Patrol Asks People To Text Message Suspicious Activity

The U.S. Border Patrol is asking residents along a section of the U.S.-Canada border to send anonymous text messages to report any suspicious people they come across.

The pilot program announced Tuesday is for the border area that runs from the Cascade Range in Washington to the Continental Divide in Montana. It allows residents, campers, hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts to help the 200 agents patrolling the rough and lightly populated terrain.

In addition to texting, the agency is pushing a companion service that allows people to send tips through e-mail.

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