Bandit in 'bad wig' robs Bellagio casino in Las Vegas

Tricia Pearson
November 30, 2017

Las Vegas police are still searching for a man who robbed the Bellagio poker room cashier cage at gunpoint Tuesday afternoon.

Police say the suspect approached the cashier in the poker room with a gun and demanded money from the clerks. Nobody even realized it was happening.

Metro said the robbery happened near the poker cage in the casino area around 3:47 p.m. No one was injured and the suspect fled the premises.

After receiving the money, the robber left through the north valet, where he had a silver Chevrolet Cruz parked and waiting. The unidentified man was able to leave the vehicle before the suspect drove away and is safe.

Woods said the "excellent staff" were "cool under pressure".

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MGM Resorts International, which owns the Bellagio, issued a statement saying they are working with the police.

On Tuesday, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Capt. John Pelletier said another person accompanied the robber in the auto, but Pelletier said it appeared the person was there "against his will".

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

The Bellagio grew in popularity after the 2001 film Ocean's Eleven had stars George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Bernie Mac - and more - pull off a mega-million dollar heist at the casino.

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