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Police Looking For Men Accused Of Flipping Car During Red Sox Celebration

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Police say these four people flipped a car on Boylston Street during the Red Sox celebration. (Jessica Rinaldi/The Boston Globe)

BOSTON (CBS) --- The State Police are asking for help to find those responsible for allegedly vandalizing a car on Boylston Street early Thursday morning following the Red Sox World Series victory.

Aerial video shot from SkyEye during the celebration showed several people jumping on moving cars and rocking others that were parked along the street.

One car was flipped over on Boylston Street.

Some members of the crowd attempted to flip another car but were interrupted by police.

Anthony DiRico told WBZ-TV that his car was almost flipped over and one of its windows was broken. The Boston man said he had to push rowdy Red Sox fans off his car. "The scene was crazy," he said.

Anyone with information about who was responsible, or anyone with photos or videos of the incident is asked to contact Trooper Brian Simpkins of the State Police Boston Barracks at (617) 727-6780.

Police specifically want to identify the person on top of the car, the man in the red hat with Red Sox Jersey on, the man kicking car with Northface vest on, and the man with the Northeastern University sweatshirt.


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