Police are investigating a vandalized on Seven Courts Drive in Perry Hall.
Early Saturday morning, residents reported that black spray paint was covering the camera's lenses and a graffiti tag appeared on one side, according to Sgt. Bruce Aris, a Baltimore County police spokesman.
At this time, investigators do not believe the incident is connected to a near Loch Raven High School, reported early Friday morning, Aris said.
Community members the Seven Courts camera's . Speeding and reckless driving are widely regarded as along Seven Courts Drive. Ire over traffic conditions escalated after a while trying to cross the road in January.
Vandals have struck at least five Baltimore County speed cameras, which are only allowed within school zones.
The camera near Loch Raven High School on Cromwell Bridge Road has been in August and September. In April, a speed camera on Rolling Road in Catonsville , and in June, that same camera was .
During the first year of the camera program, between 2010 and 2011, a near Sparrows Point High School was spray-painted, and a near Padonia Elementary School had the protective cover over its lens cracked.
Police spokeswoman Elise Armacost has that the county's camera vendor, ACS, is responsible for repairing damage to the cameras.