Two police officers were shot in the Bronx Monday night, the New York Police Department confirmed. Details of the shooting were not immediately clear. Police officials told the Associated Press the two cops' injuries were not life-threatening. WNBC in New York reported one officer was shot in the back, but is believed to have been wearing a bullet proof vest that may have saved his life while the second officer suffered a graze wound to the elbow. The Daily News reported the officers were shot while attempting to stop a robbery around 10:30 p.m. The newspaper reported two suspects fled on foot and that responding officers recovered a revolver at the scene. No suspects have been taken into custody.