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Rapid City Police Look for Casino Robbery Suspect

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RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — Rapid City police say they’re looking for a man who robbed a casino at gunpoint.

Police spokeswoman Tarah Heupel says a man entered Toby’s Casino on East North Street on Thursday night and demanded money from the clerk. He threatened the clerk with a handgun and left with cash.

A witness reported that as the suspect left, he fell on the ice and snow, firing one shot from his gun.

Officers stopped a male subject running away from the scene and arrested him on a warrant, but they determined he wasn’t the robbery suspect.

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