VUKOVAR – A bilingual sign on the police station building has again been smashed in Vukovar on Friday, the Vukovar-Srem police confirmed.

The same sign, containing the building name in Latin and Cyrillic scripts, has been destroyed several times before, the Hina news agency reported.

The police could not confirm whether a culprit has been arrested.

According to the 2011 census, Serbs account for 34.87 percent of the population in Vukovar. Under the Croatian law on the rights of national minorities, any minority that makes up over a third of the local population is entitled to use its language and script.