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Maryland: Speed Cameras Spraypainted
A pair of speed cameras in Maryland are blinded.

Vigilantes in Catonsville, Maryland spraypainted and kicked a speed camera last week Sunday. This is the second time the automated ticketing machine located near South Rolling Road and Brook Road has come under assault, having been set on fire right after it was first installed in April. The camera housing was empty at the time, according to the Baltimore Sun. Another camera in the nearby community of Arbutus was spraypainted on Monday. The camera at Sulphur Spring Road and Oakland Road machine, which was active at the time, also had its flash device broken off. Baltimore County police have no idea who might be responsible.

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