UPDATED Tuesday, November 12, 2013 --- 10:57 a.m.
Madison Police say surveillance images helped them arrest a man who allegedly stole another man's casino ticket.
Officers say 25-year-old Antonio Amos stole the ticket from the victim at Ho-Chunk Gaming on Nov. 6th.
He is tentatively charged with Robbery with Use of Force.
You can read more about the case by scrolling down.
Posted Thursday, November 7, 2013 --- 2:56 p.m.
Madison Police say a robber stole a man's ticket at the Ho-Chuck Gaming facility, and returned to the casino later to cash it in.
The robbery happened around 8:39 Wednesday morning at the casino on Evan Acres Rd.
The robber came up behind a Jefferson man and put him in a bear hug. He was able to push the “cash out” button at the machine the victim was sitting at, and steal the ticket. There was a struggle but the robber ran from the building.
The robber later returned, wearing different clothing, and cashed the ticket in at a self-serve kiosk. He left again with the cash.
He was last seen driving away in a black car.
Police describe the robber as: Male, black, mustache, some other facial hair, medium complexion, medium build, wearing a black hoodie with a white t-shirt underneath, black baggy pants, and bright blue sneakers. Later he changed into a red letterman's style jacket and a red and white hat.
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