Chief Mervin Vaught, left, and Capt. Julien Duncan, right, talk about their Rock Security Enforcement Task Force business in their office at The Raleigh Business and Technology Center on Tuesday, August 8, 2013. The center in downtown Raleigh faces an uncertain future after an audit found missing money and other financial misdeeds.
Chief Mervin Vaught, left, and Capt. Julien Duncan, right, talk about their Rock Security Enforcement Task Force business in their office at The Raleigh Business and Technology Center on Tuesday, August 8, 2013. The center in downtown Raleigh faces an uncertain future after an audit found missing money and other financial misdeeds.
Chief Mervin Vaught, left, and Capt. Julien Duncan, right, talk about their Rock Security Enforcement Task Force business in their office at The Raleigh Business and Technology Center on Tuesday, August 8, 2013. The center in downtown Raleigh faces an uncertain future after an audit found missing money and other financial misdeeds.

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