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Police Seek To ID 11 People In Connection With Wild Party

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NEWARK, Del. -

Eleven people are now wanted in connection with a "wild party" in Newark, Del., police say.

Police released 11 photos on Friday, saying these people were involved in the massive party along South College Avenue earlier this month.

Now, investigators want to know who they are.

A crowd of about a thousand people spilled into the street during that party on Sept. 9.

Investigators arrested the two University of Delaware students who they say hosted the house party.

There are reports a photographer with the website "I'm Shmacked" was also there.

Police confirm they arrested a cameraman who they believe incited the crowd.

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