A speed camera on Cromwell Bridge Road near was vandalized overnight and, according to a repairman, is currently non-operational.
The camera, which was vandalized for the first time on Aug. 17, was spray-painted. The camera housing and the ground around the camera have the number 2013 scrawled in silver and orange paint.
The plastic covering the camera lens was painted opaque in orange and silver, and the area where the flashbulbs sit was damaged.
The camera was damaged between 5:30 and 7 a.m. Sept. 7, according to Cpl. Cathleen Batton, a Baltimore County Police spokeswoman. Batton said the company responsible for maintaining the cameras had been contacted and would be replacing the damaged camera housing.
When the camera , police spokeswoman Elise Armacost said that the camera vendor, ACS, is responsible for repairing damage to the cameras.
Back in April, a speed camera on Rolling Road in Catonsville and later, in June, that same camera was in much the same way the one near Loch Raven was.
The camera on Cromwell Bridge Road is one of the five that recently became operational on Aug. 8.