Police Are Telling People To Take Photos Of Their Hotel Rooms – And The Reason Why Is Alarming

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You might think that a photograph of an empty hotel room is pretty mundane. After all, it’s just a bed, some curtains, maybe a table, a chair and a bathroom. So if you’re not a travel blogger or a guest with a complaint about the room, then taking a photo of it might not be your top priority when you travel.

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Since 2015, however, more and more people have been encouraged to take pictures of their hotel rooms. And the disturbing reason why might send shivers down your spine.

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Because sadly, not everyone winds up in a hotel room by their own choice. In fact, all sorts of illegal activity goes on in hotel and motel rooms around the world. However, there’s one crime in particular that often takes place in these rooms, and it affects millions of victims around the world.

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