Authorities said there were no suspects in their investigation of vandalized Sacramento Union news racks, in which the newspaper's equipment has been smashed and plastered with stickers from a gay-rights group. Police Sgt. Gary Gregson said the investigation was continuing. He asked the public for assistance in identifying the vandals. The Union reported that nearly 50 machines--valued at $450 each--have been damaged since the weekend, and that stickers with the name of the AIDS-rights group ACT UP have been found on the racks. ACT UP stands for AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power. Representatives of ACT UP did not answer their telephones.
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