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Police: Knife shown, money taken at Sioux Falls casino

SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- Police say somebody in a black wig and a baseball cap went into a Sioux Falls casino, displayed a knife, took money and left. Sioux Falls police said in a news release that authorities responded Thursday to a robbery at Connex...

SIOUX FALLS (AP) - Police say somebody in a black wig and a baseball cap went into a Sioux Falls casino, displayed a knife, took money and left.

Sioux Falls police said in a news release that authorities responded Thursday to a robbery at Connexions II Casino. According to police, a female went inside, displayed a knife and demanded money. The release says she took an undetermined amount of money and left.

According to police, she was wearing a black wig, a black and white baseball cap, sunglasses, a long-sleeve denim shirt and black nylon pants.

Police say no one was hurt, and that the investigation is ongoing.

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