D.C. police are distributing a video that shows a man knocking over a speed camera in hopes of arresting a person believed to have vandalized 10 other devices in the District.
The surveillance video shows the camera — in a large box — toppling over along the side of a freeway. The man then kicks the device, rips off a piece of it and throws it across several traffic lanes. He then gets into a car that is driven away.

Police said the vandalism occurred in the early morning hours of Feb. 20 at 11 different locations, most in Northeast Washington. They include locations on the Anacostia Freeway along Kenilworth Avenue. Other locations include Ridge Road in Southeast; Pennsylvania Avenue in Southeast; Fort Lincoln Drive in Northeast; Kenilworth Avenue in Northeast; and South Dakota Avenue in Northeast.

Speed cameras are located at or planned for more than 300 locations in D.C. The city also has separate cameras to monitor red lights at many intersections.

Police have not provided a damage estimate.