A former NFL player is on the search for the identity of hundreds of teenagers that damaged his empty home in upstate New York. Former Raiders and Patriots offensive lineman Brian Holloway is tracking down the estimated 200-400 teenagers that caused $20,000 in damages to his vacation home during a party on Labor Day. Holloway was not at the home at the time of party, but was notified about the incident by his son on Twitter.
Halloway received photos from the party on his Twitter feed and has now developed a website geared toward tracking down the hundreds of culprits. The former player says he has used the Twitter pictures to hunt down at least 200 of the teens that destroyed his home.
The Rensselaer County Sheriff's Office is investigating the party but is not discussing the use of social media in the case. There have been no arrests reported as of Wednesday.
Halloway played in the NFL from 1981-1988 and went to three Pro Bowls during his career.