State police seek alleged Red Sox World Series celebration vandals
Massachusetts State Police released photos of four people they are seeking to identify for allegedly vandalizing a car during the World Series celebration.
Massachusetts State Police are asking for the public's help to identify four people who they believe are responsible for vandalizing an overturned car on Boylston Street during the Red Sox World Series celebration.
State police on Sunday posted five photographs on the agency's Facebook page of people gathered around and on top of an overturned car following the World Series win Wednesday night.
One of the people police are looking to identify is seen standing on top of the flipped car. The others are gathered around it and some appear to be in the process of kicking it.
State police said they are specifically looking to identifythe man on top of the car, the man in the red hat wearing a Red Sox jersey, the man kicking the car and wearing a North Face vest and the man wearing a Northeastern University sweatshirt.
A dozen people were arrested during the celebration that started Wednesday night and lasted into early Thursday morning.
Anyone with information can call 617-727-6780.
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