Wynn Macau : Macau police hunt for casino dealer after $6m theft
Macau police hunt for Wynn casino dealer after $6M theft
Police in Macau have stated they’re having a look for a casino dealer who allegedly stole greater than 47m Hong Kong greenbacks (£4m; $6m) price of chips.
Police have no longer named the casino, however Reuters information company and native media reported the theft came about this week in a VIP room on the Wynn Macau.
Macau, the arena’s greatest playing hub, is house to 6 casino operators.
As a specifically administered area, it’s the handiest position in China the place casino playing is prison.
Wynn Macau is owned through Wynn lodges, which has its headquarters in Las Vegas. Chips from the casino can handiest be exchanged for money in a Wynn casino.
Police are these days investigating whether or not there have been more than one suspects concerned.
Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Co-ordination Bureau (DICJ) expressed worry over the incident and requested operators to improve their safety.
Macau’s casino earnings reached $33bn in 2017, consistent with Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Co-ordination Bureau.
Thefts are uncommon however no longer remarkable.
In 2016, a VIP room manager in Macau stole some HK$99m from a gaming room in L’Arc Macau casino.