Valley Forge Casino Resort: A player runs away with his lost chipsTuesday, November 15, 2023
Not a single day goes by without an incident being recorded in a land-based casino Indeed, a player at Valley Forge Casino Resort in Pennsylvania recently retrieved his losing bet at a table game before the dealer could take it. The suspect then fled the gaming property and the State Police announced they were searching for him.
Player used checks to place bet
“The unidentified man deposited $1,200 in casino checks on the table. He lost the bet and when the croupier wanted to collect the checks, the man ran away.
The incident happened on September 25 at 9:53 p.m. . According MyChesco.com , a regional news site the unidentified man filed 1 200 $in casino chips on the table. He lost the bet and, when the dealer tried to retrieve the chips, the man fled. However, before the dealer could retrieve the chips, the man decided to escape with them. At the time of the incident, the man was wearing a hat with a logo "M" on it, according to the police report. However, the state police did not specify what charges the suspect will face.
This incident is not the first of its kind in this casino
THE September 3, State Police arrested a 36-year-old Philadelphia man , whose name has not been identified, for the theft of a woman's wallet. Inside the wallet were $400 , according to Sanatoga Post , a regional news agency. The money and wallet had been left in a purse, which was on a chair in the game room. THE Gucci wallet was valued at $200 . However, the suspect was arrested shortly after the theft. He was still in the casino when he was apprehended. The money and wallet were returned to the victim.
In July, investigators revealed that three counterfeit $100 bills had surfaced for a month in the gambling property. The fake money was passed on to the US Secret Service.
The casino improves its security system
installation de caméras de sécurité supplémentaires dans les parkings pour surveiller les véhicules et dissuader les parents de laisser leurs enfants sans surveillance. D'autres mesures comprennent l'augmentation des patrouilles de sécurité dans les parkings, ainsi que des avertissements clairs et visibles pour rappeler aux parents l'importance de la sécurité des enfants. Valley Forge Casino espère ainsi prévenir les accidents et protéger les jeunes visiteurs de sa propriété. installation of infrared surveillance cameras .
These cameras can detect heat, allowing us to see if a child or someone else is in a parked car. This will assist security officers in their patrols to check vehicles with tinted windows.
In total, the game ownership and officials of its parent company, Boyd Gaming, plan to spend $776,000 in prevention and education about the issue. These include more warning signs. The signs will be placed in hotel rooms, in the casino restaurants, and in the parking lots.