Police: Who Are These 2 Men 'Monkeying' Around After Super Bowl?
DURHAM — Police are looking for two men who took to the streets after the Super Bowl.
Police said two men were captured in photos — one in a tree, and one on a lamp post — after the Sunday football event.
Both incidents took place on Main Street.
Compared to last year, the area of Durham was relatively low key after the New England Patriots lost to the Philidelphia Eagles.
At last year's celebration, an NH1.com reporter witnessed people damaging her car.
Law enforcement learned from the enthusiastic celebration in 2017 and told NH1.com the precautions they would take in case another celebration was to break.
Regardless of the outcome of the Super Bowl, the University of New Hampshire's Police Chief Paul Dean the department was thoroughly prepared for the reaction following the Super Bowl.
Although the Patriots lost, residents in the area still reacted to the game in a similar fashion as last year, flooding the streets of downtown Durham, but they quickly dispersed before causing much damage.
If you have any information on the identity of the two men, call Detective Sergeant Jack Dalton or Detective Thomas Kilroy at the Durham Police Department at 603-868-2324 or send them a private message on Facebook.
Those wishing to remain anonymous may continue to do so.