Two Knoxville men were arrested Tuesday and charged with breaking into car wash coin boxes, according to Crossville Police reports.

Gregory J. Fox, no age available, 4213 Crosby Dr., Knoxville, is charged with burglary, possession of burglary tools, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving on a suspended license.

Alfonso Brito-Coronel, no age available, 333 Howell Ave., Knoxville, is charged with burglary, possession of burglary tools and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Tuesday around 1 a.m. Ptl. Mark Steinmann observed a 1995 Toyota Celica with no license plate parked in a car wash on Miller Ave. After observing the vehicle for a period of time, Steinmann and Sgt. Bart Riden made contact with the vehicle and activated a drug detection dog.

The resulting search of the vehicle yielded two pry bars and a hammer, clear tape, fishing line, super glue, two pieces of black plastic and numerous empty quarter rolls.

During the investigation it was learned that coin machines at a Car Spa on Hwy. 127 N had also been broken into by sliding plastic with tape on it and attached to fishing line into the money box and pulling money out.

The suspect's vehicle was seized and the two men jailed.