Washington Police are looking for two men who stole a game machine full of quarters from a laundromat Wednesday.

According to police, two suspects broke into Starcrest Cleaners, 1901 Bedford Center Drive, Wednesday, Sept. 5, at 4:30 a.m.

The pair, who Detective Sgt. Steve Sitzes said were caught on camera in the act, broke out the laundromat’s glass door and entered the business.

Police said the two used a dolly to remove a coin-operated game from the business. The owner said the machine was holding about $650 in quarters.

The game machine, often found in arcades, involves putting a single quarter into the machine that then, if placed correctly, pushes more quarters out of the machine.

Sitzes said the machine itself was valued at around $3,000. The machine was located in the Leslie area later in the day, with only a little change left behind.