A couple of bandits harassed a man at a gaming property’s parking garage in Las Vegas and stole his wallet and money on Christmas Day. The victim of this assault which had taken place at Sam’s Town Hotel and Gambling Hall was suspected to be aged around 50s or 60s according to the news source Las Vegas Review-Journal. Details of the old man’s injuries were not instantly available.
The two bandits were described to be in their 20s and they were last appeared to run away from the spot off to Boulder Highway. Police were informed about the occurrence at about 12:20 pm which is shortly after the happening. Two robbers are still free as of Friday night. Sam’s town is familiar as the casino of the locals. The casino is run by Boyd Gaming. Such an occurrence is highly unlikely and a deviation from the norm. Everybody is suspecting local youths are behind the incident.
Risky for Crime
Though in recent times, parking garages of casinos have been a favorite place for robbers and other criminals not only in Las Vegas but also all across the country. A Hotel Security Group’s principal, Brad Bonnel has said that it was not actually astonishing such crimes took place in casinos’ parking garages.
For instance, California police officers recently shot two suspects of robbery as they tried to run away from the Agua Caliente Casino’s parking garage. One had been allegedly robbed a lady at gunpoint. The incident happened after a shooting at one of the parking garages in September. The earlier attack was investigated like an attempted homicide in the Agua Caliente Band.
Most of the suspects of these incidents are described to be between 20 and 30 years. Another notable fact is most of these cases, the victims were elderly.