The Clemson Police Department released video and a still image of the car driven by the people who supposedly vandalized Howard's Rock, the stone Tigers players touch on their way onto the football field.
On June 12, Clemson reported the football landmark had been disfigured in early June and included before-and-after images showing damage to the rock. But now, they're showing that they're serious about catching the people who did it. The school's athletic department has raised a $5,000 reward for information leading to the perpetrators, and Thursday the police department gave out surveillance video of the car pulling up to the East Side of Clemson Stadium on June 2:
The videos aren't much: just black-and-white footage of a white pickup truck pulling into a parking spot and then leaving about 10 minutes later, per the timestamps on the video.
And here's a better image of the car, also released by the school:
Clemson police believe this truck is connected with Howard's Rock vandalism. Tell your friends/check their garages: pic.twitter.com/i8JqQNsRMX— Paul Myerberg (@PaulMyerberg) June 20, 2013
No such effort was made to find the Clemson fans who vandalized South Carolina's stadium earlier in the spring, but that spray-painting was a little bit more innocuous than whatever happened in Clemson, which appears to have involved some sorta bludgeon.