Speed cameras, sign vandalized in Md.

WASHINGTON – Montgomery County police are investigating speed-camera and sign vandalism in a corridor along Quince Orchard Road in Gaithersburg.

Police say the incidents occurred Wednesday night. Three camera lenses — one owned by the city of Gaithersburg, the other two by the county — were painted.

In addition, swastikas were spray-painted on things like speed-camera equipment and a “Photo Enforced” sign in the corridor between Route 28 and Great Seneca Highway.

The cameras were not operational Thursday morning, but have been cleaned and are now up and running.

WTOP’s Nick Iannelli contributed to this report. Follow @NickWTOP and @WTOP on Twitter.

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