YOUNGSVILLE,Law Enforcement Associates has sold another batch of its under vehicle surveillance systems.

The order, worth more than $220,000, will be delivered this quarter to a variety of US military and government agencies, LEA said. The devices will be used at US facilities worldwide in an attempt to further increase security.

LEA said sites in Washington, DC as well as Baghdad and Fallujah in Iraq would receive the systems, which are used to inspect vehicles for possible bombs and explosive devices.