BALTIMORE (AP) — A company that sold scores of traffic cameras to Baltimore for more than $2 million a few years ago has bought them back for pennies on the dollar.

In 2013, city officials paid $2.2 million for a fleet of speed cameras from Brekford Corp., which was the city’s traffic camera vendor.

READ MORE: Anton Black's Family Hales Judge's Decision Not To Dismiss Lawsuit Over Fatal Encounter With Police

But after the speed camera system was shut down amid accuracy concerns, city officials decided last year to sell many of the cameras back to Brekford — for $32,000.

The Baltimore Sun reports that Brekford submitting a winning bid for 83 portable cameras, 581 batteries, three camera control boxes and other equipment that the city deemed surplus.

READ MORE: One Person Injured After Baltimore Manhole Explosion

A transportation department spokeswoman said the city, which revived the traffic camera system last year, still has more equipment to sell.

Follow @CBSBaltimore on Twitter and like WJZ-TV | CBS Baltimore on Facebook

MORE NEWS: Roethlisberger Retires At 39: Time To 'Hang Up My Cleats'

(© Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.