Some 2,000 protesters of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee led by Ms Anchalee Praireerat and Nitithorn Lumlua stormed the compound of the DSI and about 200 of them broke into the building and then engaged in a scuffle with police guarding the building, said Tarit Monday.
He claimed that two notebooks belonging to the DSI and a microphone of a TV Channel 3 reporter had been missing.
He said that illegal encroachment and theft charges would be lodged with the police against the protest leaders.
The protesters, most of them members of the Network of Students and People for the Reform of Thailand, left the DSI at about 2 p.m.
Uthai Yodmanee, a coordination of the network, said that although the protesters did not meet with Tarit, their storming of the DS