Bellagio cash cage robbed at gunpoint

30 November, 2017, 12:32 | Author: Laura Christensen
  • Las Vegas police have released surveillance stills of the Bellagio robbery suspect

They surrendered the money quietly, so no customers would get hurt.

A Vegas casino robber's vehicle has been found after police intensified their hunt for the man who held up a cashier at the Bellagio Hotel before fleeing with an undisclosed amount of money on Tuesday, Fox News noted. "Excellent staff, cool under pressure", he added.

The robbery was reported just before 3:50 the Bellagio poker cage, according to Officer Larry Hadfield of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

Las Vegas police have released a photo of the suspect in the Bellagio robbery.

Woods, who has been playing poker in Las Vegas for around 15 years, occasionally competes in professional tournaments.

The suspect approached the poker cage and demanded an unspecified amount of money.

After receiving the money, the robber left through the north valet, where he had a silver Chevrolet Cruz parked and waiting. The suspect was armed with a handgun, wearing a wig, and had a mask covering his face.

"We are working with Metro as they investigate this incident", MGM Resorts International, which owns the Bellagio, said on Twitter. Pelletier said that there was video of the crime and that police were confident the robber would be caught.

But that person was said to not have cooperated with the suspect and helped police instead.



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