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Authorities investigate armed robbery at South Dakota casino

SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- Authorities are investigating an armed robbery at a casino in South Dakota. Two suspects were caught on security cameras stealing cash from a register and safe at Happy Jack's Casino in Sioux Falls early Friday morning. Casino...

SIOUX FALLS (AP) - Authorities are investigating an armed robbery at a casino in South Dakota.

Two suspects were caught on security cameras stealing cash from a register and safe at Happy Jack's Casino in Sioux Falls early Friday morning.

Casino clerks were ordered to the ground as a one of the suspects went back to an office and demanded the code to a safe. The suspects are believed to be a man and woman.

Authorities say no one was injured during the robbery and did not disclose how much money was stolen.

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