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March 15, 2016

Burglars break through wall of Brewerytown bar to steal money, jukebox

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Brewerytown robbery march 2016 Philadelphia Police Department/For PhillyVoice

Philadelphia police are seeking three men who allegedly burglarized a bar in Brewerytown after breaking through a wall from the vacant building next door.

Three men broke into a Brewerytown bar by smashing a hole into the business' wall from a vacant property next door, Philadelphia police said.

According to police, at some time between 1:45 a.m. and noon on March 8, three men gained entry into the Tropicana Bar at 1559 N. 29th St. by breaking a hole in the wall of a vacant building adjacent to the business. 

Police said that once the three men were inside, they stole an undetermined amount of cash from registers, a change machine and an ATM in the bar, as well as a jukebox. 

WATCH surveillance video released by police on Tuesday: 

The men fled in an unknown direction after the incident, police said, and the only description that law enforcement officials provided was that one of them was wearing a distinctive baseball cap with the words "True Religion" on its bill and "Live for Now" printed on the top.

Anyone with information is urged to call Philadelphia police at (215) 686-8477 or text a tip to 773847. 

Also, tips can be sent anonymously to police here.