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Found Super Bowl Camera Needs Owner

Chance encounter at the end of the Super Bowl put man's camera in the hands of a stranger.



    Found Super Bowl Camera Needs Owner
    Do you know these men? If so email

    We've got a Super Bowl whodunnit that appears to have a connection to the Bay Area.

    A woman in New York is trying to find the owner of a camera she ended up with at the end of Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis.

    Mary Ellen McFaul posted some of the images from the camera on YouTube in hopes someone will recognize them.

    McFaul also specifically wrote Palo Alto Online because she said she thought the man was from Palo Alto.

    There is also a photo in the camera that shows a man at the Shoreline Amphitheater for a "Further" concert with Phil Lesh and Bob Weir.

    If you recognize the people, McFaul has set up the email address  She is hoping to be able to get the camera and the photos back to their rightful owner.  She said she ended up with the man's camera after he asked her to take a photo at the end of the game.

    "The photo didn't come out well so he asked me to take another photo on his camera phone and with all the hype/craziness and the staff trying to clear the section we got separated, and I have his camera," McFaul wrote to Palo Alto Online.