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More than $180,000 stolen from Caesars in armed robbery

More than $180,000 stolen from Caesars in armed robbery

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Two masked suspects fled a casino with more than $180,000 Monday morning.

A gun was brandished by one of the suspects during the robbery at Caesars Atlantic City, according to a flier put out to law enforcement.

Police are not releasing any details of the robbery, but the flier obtained by The Press of Atlantic City said the suspects fled with two plastic cash boxes containing a total of $181,200 in cash.

The State Police Casino Gaming Bureau is investigating the case, which would indicate the crime happened in a casino-related part of the property. The hotel and public areas are overseen by city police.

The suspects fled in a car at about 6:20 a.m.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Casino Gaming Bureau at 609-441-7464.

Contact Lynda Cohen:

609-272-7257

LCohen@pressofac.com

@LyndaCohen on Twitter

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