Watch the Muni Arsonists in Action

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Courtesy of SFPD
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San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr released a cell phone video of the two suspects torching the Muni bus during the World Series celebration on Sunday night.
"With the assistance of the media and the public, we were able to apprehend the suspect responsible for damaging the bus windshield.  We are now asking for public assistance in identifying these two arsonists and bringing them to justice," Suhr says.

See also: Gregory Tyler Graniss Arrested on Suspicion of Smashing Muni Bus in World Series Celebration 

"The Police Department is working closely with the Municipal Transportation Agency to solve this case. When we do, we will coordinate with the District Attorney and City Attorney's Offices to hold these persons accountable for their actions and to see that restitution is paid."
Police say the 8X-Bayshore Express Muni bus was set on fire about 12:30 a.m. Monday at Market and Third streets. The video, which was recorded by a witness, shows the two suspects torching the bus as it stopped on Market Street.

Muni says eight passengers and the driver exited the bus, escaping the fire; however, the $700,000 bus was certainly injured beyond repair.

The cops released this photo of the second suspect wanted in connection to the arson.

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Courtesy of SFPD
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