CZ's Bushville Lanes Burglars

CZ’s Bushville Lanes Burglars: Video captured burglars causing thousands of dollars of damage to a Brown County bowling alley. You can watch it below. Authorities say two men are now under arrest in a “number of business burglaries in eastern Wisconsin.”

WRN learned that in the early morning hours of January 3, 2021, according to a crime alert, “two unknown offenders cut phone lines and made forced entry into CZ’s Bushville Lanes located at 2280 South CTH P Luxemburg (Township of Eaton, Brown County), WI 54217.”

CZ’s Bushville Lanes Burglars

Cz's bushville lanes burglars


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According to the alert, “Offenders spent significant time inside the business and made forced entry into numerous gaming machines. Offenders also utilized power tools to gain entry into an ATM machine. Offenders caused estimated tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of damage and were successful in stealing an undisclosed amount of US Currency. A truck was believed to have been used by the offenders.”


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According to the crime alert, “Multijurisdictional Investigation identified two persons of interest believed to be involved in a number of business burglaries in Eastern Wisconsin from December 2020 to January 2021. The two individuals are Andrew W. Krombholz, DOB 07-14-85, and Jeremy S. Wondrachek, DOB 07-02-77. Recovered evidence was used to positively link Krombhoz and Wondrachek to the CZ’s Bushville Lanes burglary in Brown County. Both individuals are currently in police custody.”

The alert added:

“Crime scene investigation identified evidence to suggest that this was a targeted burglary with offenders familiar with the business. Brown County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) is continuing to review and analyze physical evidence recovered at the crime scene.”

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