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State College police release photos of suspected rioters

Fans in downtown State College

Fans gather in downtown State College after Penn State upsets No. 2 Ohio State. Fans take the time to chat with the CDT about what the wins means to them. Police were also on scene early Sunday morning to control the rallies that included thousand
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Fans gather in downtown State College after Penn State upsets No. 2 Ohio State. Fans take the time to chat with the CDT about what the wins means to them. Police were also on scene early Sunday morning to control the rallies that included thousand

State College police posted pictures of suspected rioters.

About 5,000 to 10,000 fans swarmed downtown State College and some caused about $30,000 worth of property damage after Penn State’s win over Ohio State.

State College police Chief John Gardner updated the public about the investigation on Tuesday.

Police hope more people will submit videos and pictures to identify those who participated in destroying public and private property.

“We’re interested in vigorously prosecuting individuals responsible for these acts, and secondly referring them to the university’s student conduct (office) to be dealt with appropriately up there,” Gardner said on Tuesday.

Click here to view the pictures released.

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