Visitors walk in front of Wynn Macau casino resort in Macau June 5, 2012. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
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Police in the world's largest gambling hub of Macau are hunting for a dealer suspected of stealing HK$48 million ($6 million) worth of casino chips from Wynn Macau, authorities in the Chinese-controlled territory said Thursday.The theft, which took place this week, was carried out by a man from Macau who worked in a high-roller VIP room at Wynn's resort on Macau's peninsula, media reported.Typically, Wynn casino chips can only be exchanged for cash in Wynn's casino, so anyone with stolen chips would likely try to cash in small amounts at a time rather than all at once, to avoid attracting attention.
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