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Operation Rescue says headquarters vandalized

Published on -6/25/2013, 4:10 PM

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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -- Operation Rescue says an unidentified man threw a large rock through the window of their headquarters in Wichita.

The anti-abortion group said in a news release Tuesday that its staff found the damage when they arrived at the office on Monday morning. It says the vandalism caused hundreds of dollars in damage

It says the incident is the latest vandalism to the building since the group purchased the former abortion clinic and turned it into their headquarters in 2006.

The rock left shattered glass all over the desk and computer of its president, Troy Newman.

New security cameras captured images of what appears to be a man who was attempting to conceal his appearance with a hat and baggy coat.

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