Two males wanted in connection with a dumpster fire that occurred behind Cheyenne Mayor Patrick Collins' bicycle store on or about Sept. 4 have been identified, police say.

Police posted a video of the two on their Facebook page late Tuesday morning asking for the public's help in identifying them but removed the video yesterday afternoon, saying, "The suspects have been identified. Thank you!"

The video showed the duo taking construction delineators from the parking lot at the Bicycle Station at 2634 Dell Range and carrying them towards the dumpster behind the store minutes before the fire was ignited.

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Police say the delineators were found burnt at the bottom of the dumpster.

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When asked Tuesday whether the two were believed to be connected to the vandalism that occurred at Cheyenne's Cahill and Mylar parks on Sept. 10 and Sept. 11 in which bathroom and playground equipment was burned, police spokeswoman Alex Farkas said, "It is uncertain if the crimes are connected."

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Follow-up calls to Farkas seeking more information were not immediately returned on Friday.

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