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BNSF Railroad Police Tahoe Skins V1

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Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corperation is of the largest railways in the United States and transports both foreign and domestic commodities coast to coast. The BNSF Railway Police operate as a division of BNSF's Resource Protection Team and are provided police authority by state and local police as well as interstate jurisdiction by the federal government. BNSF Police are said to operate in a community 32,500 miles long and 100 feet wide and have a multitude of duties. Those include but are not limited to proactive patrols to combat trespassing and cargo theft, anti-terrorism operations such as explosives detection with canine units and working with local, state and federal agencies to investigate crimes committed on railroad property.

I have included two versions of the skin, one is a regular patrol unit and the other is a K-9 unit. Each skin has two version for the two most common templates so they should fit almost all Tahoe models.

If you would like these skins adapted to other vehicle or templates leave a comment below.

Please leave you thoughts below and rate accordingly. If you have ideas on how to make the skins better please let me know, I'm always trying to improve.

These skins were created by me, Freakinfuzzball and are exclusive to lcpdfr.com. DO NOT reupload/redistribute anywhere else without explicit permission from me, the author.

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