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Police target HQ sign vandals

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The Royal Thai Police Office has rejected the protesters’ offer to replace the letters prised from its name on the wall outside the entrance to the compound, and says it will pursue legal action against 21 protesters responsible for the vandalism. 

Protesters remove letters from the name plate on the wall  outside the Royal Thai Police Office on Rama 1 Road.on Jan 2, 2014  (Photo by Apichart Jinakul)

The protesters, under the Network of Students and People for Reform of Thailand (NSPRT), on Wednesday removed or defaced all the Thai and English wording on the sign, replacing it with a spray-paint abbreviation of the group’s name. As of Thursday morning, the police had over-painted the defaced sign in black.

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