PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- Newly released video from the Drug Enforcement Administration shows what thermal cameras saw above a wooded area where.
Officials have said thermal imaging was one of the key factors in locating Cavalcante.
The night before Cavalcante was captured, a DEA plane overhead picked up a heat signal west of Route 100 in South Coventry Township.
Tactical teams began to converge on the location where the heat source was moving, but then the aircraft had to leave the area and land due to overnight storms. Tactical teams then held the area during the storms to ensure there was no issue with an escape.
The area was, and the store manager and workers looked on as police swarmed the area Wednesday morning before loading Cavalcante into an armed police vehicle.
The DEA headquarters commended the Pennsylvania State Police and DEA Philadelphia's persistence with capturing Cavalcante after the.
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