Philadelphia shop destroyed after the Super Bowl
Raw video: Security camera shows the suspects throwing food and drinks on the floor and on the walls.
Philadelphia police ask for help identifying the people that come to a Super Bowl party into a night of raw destruction ahead of the city’s massive parade Thursday.
The police released video on Tuesday result of vandals destroying a petrol station in the South of Philadelphia in the hours after the Eagles defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.
Images from the Sunoco on South Broad Street, let the masses storm the gas station around 12:30 pm Monday, throwing food and drinks on the floor and the walls of the building.
Security camera gives people the throwing of food and soft drinks on the floor and on the walls of a South Philadelphia gas station.
The vandals are seen knocking over displays, and even a hole in the back, police said.
“They behaved like complete and utter idiots, and we will come after those people. You better believe it,” the Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross told FOX29.
The police released photos of two men who allegedly used a metal pole to break a window on a A. C. Moore Arts and Crafts store on South Broad Street around 12:30 a.m. In that incident, police said the store sustained about $4,000 worth of property damage.
Two men who allegedly used a metal pole to break one of the windows of a A. C. Moore Art and Craft store, according to the police.
(Philadelphia Police Department)
SUPER BOWL PARTY IN PHILADELPHIA SHOW ROWDY AFTER EAGLES WIN CHAMPIONSHIP
Unruly Eagles fans climbed light poles, took the trust fall off a hotel canopy, flipped cars, broken store windows, ate horse manure and even streaks down the streets of the city shortly after their team won the Super Bowl for the first time.
John Rigsby, 20, is accused of assisting in the overturning of an SUV in the city of Philadelphia after the Eagles won the Super Bowl.
(The Police of Philadelphia/FOX 29)
Police said Wednesday a 20-year-old man was arrested and charged for allegedly helping to flip an SUV on Walnut Street after the game. John Rigsby of Malvern was charged with vandalism for his role in helping flip the car, who sustained scratches and dents on the side doors, FOX29 reported.
The photos and video released of the noisy celebrations come in the midst of the preparations for the city parade Thursday in honor of the Eagles.
Eagles fans storm the city after the Super Bowl win
The city announced the Super Bowl parade starts at 11 a.m. on Broad Street near Lincoln Financial Field, where the team plays. It will move to the north along the main street, past the City Hall and finish at the art museum “Rocky Steps.” The National Weather Service said Thursday will be mostly sunny with a high of 34 degrees.
“It is a different thing in that you’re talking about large crowds, but they are mostly stationary where they are,” Ross told FOX29.
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES WHO ARE PLANNING ON GOING TO THE WHITE HOUSE SUPER BOWL VISIT
Philadelphia Eagles fans celebrate the team’s victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.
The police are planning for an attendance of up to three million people along the parade route.
Revelers along the parade route will be able to enjoy free Bud Light on two dozen bars, thanks to a promise that the beer maker made to Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson before the season.
Travis Fedschun is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @travfed