State Police Are Hunting for the Alleged Car Flippers

They've posted photos of the suspects to Facebook.


Massachusetts State Police Facebook page

Hey you! Did you watch the World Series win last Wednesday? Did you get drunk and head to Fenway to party? Did you get clearly photographed standing atop a recently overturned car? If so, State Police want you!

Massachusetts State Police posted photos to Facebook showing the men they suspect of flipping that car on Boylston Street Wednesday. The car’s owner has said the revelers totaled his ride, but a web-based fundraiser raised more than the $2,500 he said it would cost to replace it. That doesn’t mean the story will end well for everyone:

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

Specifically looking to identify the individual 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.

They’ve posted cropped shots of each suspect in a Facebook album as well. If that’s you … they’ve got a pretty clear shot, and they’re hunting for more footage, too, so you’re probably sweating a bit this morning.