Prince George’s County Police Install Surveillance Cameras to Monitor Speed Cameras

Six speed cameras vandalized since April

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    Prince George's County police are installing cameras to watch their cameras.

    Six speed cameras in Maryland have been vandalized since April, WTOP reported.

    The cameras cost $30,000 $100,000 to replace, so police have started installing surveillance cameras designed to catch vandals in the act.

    A dozen of the new cameras will be in place by the end of the month, WTOP reported.

    Police call it a matter of public safety, not an attempt to generate profit.