Police release video footage of 'White Boy' sticker suspects

Posted 4/28/21

Bristol Police have now released video footage of the two suspects they are hoping to identify and question regarding a string of six "White Boy Summer" stickers placed in public locations downtown …

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Police release video footage of 'White Boy' sticker suspects

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Bristol Police have now released video footage of the two suspects they are hoping to identify and question regarding a string of six "White Boy Summer" stickers placed in public locations downtown last weekend.

The video, which appears to be shot from a location along Thames Street on the Bristol waterfront, shows the two men walking south,  turning around at a utility pole across from John Street, and then proceding back north again before they pass out of range of the camera.

See the video on the Bristol Police Facebook page here.

They are asking anyone with knowledge of the incident to contact Bristol Police Detectives at (401) 253-7766. Anonymous tips can be submitted by calling the Bristol Police Tip line at (401) 254-2229, via the Tip411 mobile app, or online at:

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