BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- The Massachusetts State Police announced Sunday that they are seeking the public's help to identify people responsible for vandalizing a car on Boylston Street early Thursday morning after the Red Sox' World Series victory.
Police posted photos online of the men on top of and around the flipped car, and said they are interested in specifically identifying a few men seen in the picture. They want information on the man on top of the car, a man with a Red Sox jersey on, a man with a Northface vest on seen kicking the car, and a man wearing a Northeastern University sweatshirt.
Anyone who has information on who was responsible for the vandalism, or photos of videos of the incident, should contact trooper Brian Simpkins of the State Police Boston Barracks, at 617-727-6780.
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