Photo/IllutrationHalloween revelers, under strict police security, walk through the scramble crossing in front of Shibuya Station on Oct. 31. (Kotaro Ebara)

Police on Dec. 5 arrested four Halloween revelers who were apparently caught on video dancing on and overturning a small truck during the festivities in Tokyo’s Shibuya Ward.

The four male suspects, including an office worker and a hair stylist, are between 20 and 27 years old and live in Tokyo, Kanagawa and Yamanashi prefectures, police said.

They are accused of destruction of property.

The Metropolitan Police Department said it has identified 11 other males between 17 and 37 years old who were also involved in the incident. Police plan to send papers to prosecutors on these individuals on the same suspicion.

Video footage of the incident was taken by security cameras and passers-by. It showed revelers jumping on the back of the small truck and then overturning it around 1 a.m. on Oct. 28 at the Shibuya Center-gai entertainment area.

The truck driver, who was not inside the vehicle when it was flipped over, submitted a complaint to police about the damage.

The area in Shibuya has become a popular gathering spot for enormous numbers of costumed people for Halloween.

In this year’s party, 19 people were arrested on suspicion of theft, assault or groping between Oct. 27 and Nov. 1.