Police release new video, photos of suspects who destroyed cars at UNH Patriots celebration
DURHAM — Durham only made three arrests the night of the Patriots celebration downtown, but it's looking like number might change.
The Durham Police Department took to social media in order to identify the subjects involved in damaging property during the post-Superbowl incident Sunday.
The department posted photos and videos that they have received since the incident to their Facebook page, asking viewers to come forward if they recognize any of the suspects.
Two vehicles parked along Main Street received extensive damage as result of people climbing on the, according to police. The vehicles had dents in the roof and trunk and one of vehicles, appeared to have sustained damage from kicking a door and fender.
New video from the scene Sunday night shows people jumping on cars.
One of the cars belongs to an NH1 News reporter. An auto repair shop inspected the damage to her car and determined that the cost to fix it would be more than the cost of the car itself. It is expected that the insurance company will claim the car as totaled after the roof was caved in and sustained dents, a shattered rear window and cracked windshield.
Deputy Police Chief Rene Kelley originally said two people were arrested for climbing onto a the roof of a downtown business. New Hampshire State Liquor Commission enforcement officers arrested another person for using fake identification.
If you know any of these people in the photos and video call Det. Kilroy at 603-868-2324.
Take a look at all the suspects in the photo gallery below. Photos are courtesy of Eden Suoth.