‘Halloween destroyer:’ Tulsa police looking for man seen tackling outdoor decorations

‘Halloween destroyer:’ Tulsa police looking for man seen tackling outdoor decorations
Dec. 3, 2020 - The Tulsa Police Department is looking for the public’s help in identifying a man seen tackling Halloween decorations earlier this year. The department posted a video of the “Halloween destroyer” from Oct. 17 on Facebook on Thursday. (Tulsa Police Department)

TULSA, Okla. — The Tulsa Police Department is looking for the public’s help in identifying a man seen tackling Halloween decorations earlier this year.

The department posted a video of the “Halloween destroyer” from Oct. 17 on Facebook on Thursday.

“This young man approached an unsuspecting Halloween skeleton near 31st and Riverside,” police said.

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“He charged at the decoration, driving it into the dirt and obliterating all hopes for a festive holiday.”

Although it was a form-tackle on the stationary signal-caller, it’s still an illegal use of this man’s abilities.

“Besides fighting outside of his weight class, he destroyed someone’s property,” police said.

Anyone who knows the “shirtless skeleton scrapper” is asking to contact Detective Harding at aharding@cityoftulsa.org or remain anonymous by contacting Tulsa Crime Stoppers. Reference case number 2020-071126.