By Matt Kroschel


VAIL, Colo. (CBS4) – Investigators say social media tips have helped them zero in on suspects responsible for damaging an iconic ice sculpture display in the Vail Village. The damage occurred Jan. 2.

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Video shows the suspect kicking the artwork before it toppled over and broke in half. The suspects fled the scene, but were later spotted on another surveillance camera nearby.

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Vail police shared images of the unknown suspects on social media and say tips helped them identify them within a few hours. The loss was valued at more than $2,000.

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Police are in the process of filing formal charges and arresting the suspect who they say frequents the Vail Valley, but doesn’t live in Vail currently.

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If you have more information you’re asked to contact Det. Lachlan Crawford at lcrawford@vailgov.com.

Matt Kroschel

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