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Police Seek Two Criminal Mischief Suspects After Wild Party

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Suspect #2: white male, 18 to 20 years of age, wearing beige shorts and a purple t-shirt Suspect #2: white male, 18 to 20 years of age, wearing beige shorts and a purple t-shirt
Suspect #1: white male, 18 to 20 years of age, wearing beige shorts and a blue tank top, with a blue/yellow hat Suspect #1: white male, 18 to 20 years of age, wearing beige shorts and a blue tank top, with a blue/yellow hat

Delaware Police are looking for two men after a wild party that happened on the streets of the University of Delaware's campus leading to three arrest.

On Monday, Newark Police arrived at the scene of a disorderly party on the 400 block of S. College Avenue.

The two men amongst of the crowd of college party students were walking in the roadway blocking the vehicular traffic and banging on a vehicle.The two suspects jumped on top of a Ford Mustang causing damage.

If you are able to identify the suspects please contact:

Detective Greg E. Micolucci

(302) 366-7110 x132

greg.micolucci@cj.state.de.us

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