There's a quote that says, "never underestimate the power of human stupidity." That quote came to me this morning when I saw the photos posted by police on Facebook of two teens smiling, happy and clueless as they threw rocks at a Winslow Township school.

These guys were even looking directly into the surveillance camera, as if to make sure they gave their best profile pose to police who would be investigating the crime.

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The Winslow Township Police Department is asking for your help identifying these two brainiacs...

Police would like to speak with the two individuals in the pictures about the damage they caused throwing rocks at Winslow School #4. When they damaged the security cameras, we were able to get close-up pictures of the perpetrators. If anyone recognizes these two individuals, please contact Ptlm. Gunson, 609-567-0700 extension 1219

Here is the Facebook post from Winslow Township Police with additional photos of the pair in action...

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