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Police cars are vandalized when more than 1,000 rowdy teens flock to boozy Philadelphia cookout after someone advertised the 'free party' on Instagram Teens in North Philadelphia broke windshields and sideview mirrors on four police cars during an impromptu party on Sunday night that drew 1,000 people It started as a cookout at around 5pm and turned into a raging party by 11.30pm The location of the cookout was shared on and a 'free party' message went out over Instagram, which drew the massive crowd to the area A witness said the teens had a tent with a DJ and alcohol at the gathering  No one was injured and no arrests were made on Sunday night Police are currently in the process of trying to track down surveillance camera footage to determine who vandalized the patrol cars

By Stephanie Haney For Dailymail.com

Published: 19:04 BST, 1 July 2019 | Updated: 19:04 BST, 1 July 2019

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Philadelphia teens vandalized police cars when authorities were called to disperse an impromptu 'free party' that drew a crowd of up to 1,000 on Sunday night.

An Instagram message advertising a 'free party' turned what witnessed called a casual cookout into utter mayhem, CBS Philly reported. 

Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Joel Dales estimated the crowd consisted of 'anywhere from 800 to 1,000' people at the alcohol-fueled gathering.

'There were a lot of young adults out here tonight,' Dales said.

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As many as 1,000 teens flocked to an impromptu 'free party' with a DJ and alcohol in North Philadelphia on Sunday night, prompting police to respond to break up the crowd

As many as 1,000 teens flocked to an impromptu 'free party' with a DJ and alcohol in North Philadelphia on Sunday night, prompting police to respond to break up the crowd

The cookout started between 5pm and 6pm Eastern, one witness identified only as Aaron said.

'They had a tent with a DJ popped up and everything like that. They had alcohol, jungle juice going up, but honestly, obviously, I didn’t set it up but there was a lot of really, really young children here that probably shouldn’t have been messing around with any of this,' he said.

By 11.30pm, the numbers in attendance had grown so significantly that police put out a call for all available officers to disperse the crowd near the intersection of North Sydenham and

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