Man wanted for allegedly kicking famous clock

Man wanted for allegedly kicking famous clock
Police are hoping to talk to this man about kicking a famous clock. (Courtesy of Puyallup Police Department)

PUYALLUP, Wash. -- The Puyallup Police Department is looking for the man who damaged one of the city's longtime landmarks following the Seahawks' Super Bowl victory.

According to police, the man walked up to the J.G. Johnson street clock, which has stood outside Johnson's Jewelers on South Meridian for more than 60 years, around 10:40 p.m. Feb. 2 and kicked in the glass, damaging the clock.

The man was reportedly carrying a very long receipt at the time of the clock-kicking and was accompanied by a man in a Russell Wilson jersey.