2 men wanted for break-in at Bowlerland bowling alley on Hollers Avenue

Police are asking for help tracking down two men who broke into a bowling alley in the Bronx last week. According to authorities, the suspects

The suspects allegedly cut a hole in the

The suspects allegedly cut a hole in the roof, and stole and unknown amount of money.

THE BRONX - Police are asking for help tracking down two men who broke into a bowling alley in the Bronx last week. 

According to authorities, the suspects cut a hole in the roof of Bowlerland, located at 2417 Hollers Ave., at around 5 a.m. Friday. Once inside, the men stole an unknown amount of money and took off. 

The suspects, described as black men between 30 and 40 years old, were caught on surveillance video. One of them was wearing a shirt that said "Taylor," while the other had a shirt reading "Wild Thing." 

Anyone who recognizes them, or has any other information should contact police. 

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