Bilingual sign on Vukovar police department smashed again

A bilingual, Latin-Cyrillic sign with the name of the Vukovar City Police Department was smashed again around noon on Friday, the local police confirmed.

The police could not say if the perpetrator had been arrested.

The bilingual, Latin-Cyrillic sign on the Vukovar City Police Department was previously smashed on several occasions.

Last update: Fri, 29/04/2016 - 16:52
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