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Police searching for suspects in bowling alley break-in

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(KMOV)—Police are searching for two suspects who broke into a bowling alley after hours.

St. Peters Police Department are looking for two men who broke into the Cave Springs Lanes on the 4000 block of Mexico Road.

The alarm sounded around 4:50 a.m. on July 5th alerting police. After a search of the building, they found that nothing appeared to be disturbed and no one was inside.

After the owner reviewed the surveilence tapes, two suspects were clearly shown to be inside after business hours and then seen running from the building after the alarm sounded.

Both suspects are  described as being white males in their late teens to early twenties. The first suspect is approximatly 5”10 in height and propotional n wieght. He has light brown hair and was seen wearing a black shirt, black paints and a black fedora hat.

The second suspect has an athletic build and 5”11 in height.  He has dark brown hair and thick eyebrows. He was seen wearing a red shorts and a  blue baseball t-shirt reading  "Post 312," which is an American Legion Post in the St. Charles area.

Anyone with any information on identifying these suspects are asked to call St. Peters Police Department at 636-278-2222 or anonymously at Crime Stoppers 636-278-1000.
 

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