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Two masked suspects sought for armed robbery at Casino

New Orleans, La. - The New Orleans Police Department is searching for two men who robbed a casino last Wednesday.

Police say it happened November 27th around 1:30am at a casino in the 2400 block of Elysian Fields Avenue.

Two masked suspects walked into the business and disarmed a security officer.

The suspects forced the guard to a back room where the cashier's cage was kept.

One of the suspects pointed a gun at the cashier and ordered her to open a drawer.

The cashier complied with the robbers demands. The suspects went into the cash drawers and made off with over $15,000 in cash.

Investigators were able to obtain surveillance video from inside the casino.

Suspect one is described as an African-American male, 5'11', weighting approximately 200 pounds, brown complexion, wearing a black mask, blue hoodie, dark jeans and blue sneakers.

Suspect two is described as an African-American male, 5'11", weighing approximately 200 pounds, wearing a black mask, black hoodie, and black jeans.

If you have any information that can help detectives, call Crimestoppers at 822-1111.

 

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