Philadelphia police hope the public can help them identify two men who burglarized a grocery store in the city's Hartranft section.
The burglary happened at Allegheny Market, located at 2400 N. Ninth St., between 7 p.m. Sunday and 8 a.m. Monday, according to police.
The burglars entered the building through a second-floor window, then got into the business through the ceiling, police said. The suspects used a sledge hammer to break into an ATM machine inside the store before fleeing with an unknown amount of cash and cigarettes.
One suspect is described as a short-haired black or Hispanic male in his late teens or early 20s. He was wearing a red hoodie with black lettering across the front and tan pants.
Police did not release a description of the second suspect, other than that he was wearing dark clothing and, like the first suspect, something to cover his face.
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Police ask anyone with information about the burglars to call East Detectives Division at215-686-3243/3244.