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State Police Seek Men Accused Of Flipping Car During World Series Celebration

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State Police are looking for the men who flipped a car on Boylston Street. (MSP Media photo)

State Police are looking for the men who flipped a car on Boylston Street. (MSP Media photo)

BOSTON (CBS) – State Police are hoping to find the people who flipped over a car on Boylston Street after the Red Sox won the World Series last week.

Troopers posted new photos on their Facebook page Friday.

They are looking for a man with dark hair, by the driver’s side mirror, as well as a man with blonde hair.

If you have any pictures or video of the incident, or know who the men are, contact State Police Trooper Brian Simpkins at (617) 727-6780.

Aerial video shot from SkyEye during the celebration showed several people jumping on moving cars and rocking others that were parked along the street. Two college sophomores from Worcester on their way home from a concert say they thought they were going to be killed by the mob that almost flipped their car.

This is the second time troopers have released pictures of people who may have been involved.

Some suspects have already been identified.

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