An anti-gay "slur" has been daubed on a Labour MP's office - less than a week after it was first targeted by vandals.
Graffiti, sprayed in red paint on the window and walls of Luke Pollard's office in Plymouth, accused him of being a "pedo".
Devonport MP Mr Pollard, who is gay, said the "common slur against gay people" did not "speak for the people of Plymouth".
Office workers were seen scrubbing paint off the walls on Sunday morning.
Mr Pollard, whose Frankfort Gate office was also vandalised on 20 October, issued a video message offering to "sit down" with the culprit and talk.
There is no place for hate and abuse in our city, our politics or our country. That means we must all do our part to call it out but we must also seek to build bridges and not walls. That’s why I want to sit down with the person who vandalised my office to talk. #plymouth pic.twitter.com/gHCAVXHPYj— Luke Pollard MP (@LukePollard) October 27, 2019
He praised the "most incredible and positive reaction from people in Plymouth" in response to the earlier incident.
"Lots of people dropped into the office and asked about me and my team's safety and welfare," he said.
His offer to sit down and talk with the vandals still stood "but they need to be aware that hate and abuse will not silence me in standing up for our city and its people".
"The persons who did this are clearly very angry about something," he said.
"The brave thing to do now is have that conversation with me."
Police confirmed they were investigating criminal damage at the office.