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Topic - Dan Lane
Montgomery County police are investigating reports of speed camera vandalism an average of once every week, with the most recent incident involving three cameras, spray paint and swastikas.
Gaithersburg Police Officer Dan Lane said the city's camera that was vandalized was also up and running again Thursday.
Officer Lane said Gaithersburg has 11 pre-approved sites for speed cameras, and uses five portable cameras, two mobile vans and two fixed cameras.