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Maryland, Italy: Speed Cameras Painted
Multiple speed cameras in Montgomery County, Maryland and Novara, Italy are disabled with spraypaint.

North Potomac speed camera painted
Vigilantes in Maryland and Italy disabled several automated ticketing machines last week by coating their lenses with spraypaint. In Montgomery County, black paint blocked the flash and camera lenses on a speed camera at Dufief Mill Road in North Potomac. The same device has been targeted multiple times in the past.

In Novara, Italy the bright orange cameras on the Via Matteotti in the town of Borgomanero had an extra dash of red spraypaint added to its lenses last week Saturday. On Wednesday, another camera on the Via IV Novembre was painted, La Stampa reported.

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