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Butte Police Searching for Man who Robbed Casino

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Butte-Silver Bow County Police are asking the public for help identifying a man who robbed a casino Monday morning.

Photos were taken of a man who robbed the Lucky Lil's Casino on Harrison Avenue just before 7:30 a.m.

Sheriff Ed Lester says the man pointed a gun at the casino clerk demanding money.

The suspect did leave with an undisclosed amount of money and was last seen walking on Grand Avenue.

This suspect is described as being about six feet tall, of a medium build, with sandy blonde hair. Lester said he was last seen wearing a gray pullover hoodie, a tan ball cap, and dark sunglasses.

Anybody with information is encouraged to call crimestoppers at 782-7336.

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