Venetian Picnic Shooting Victim Defined as VP of Casino Operations, Suspect Remains At Large
Venetian picnic shooter Anthony Wrobel, the casino employee who is reported to have killed one of is own bosses and critically injured another, remains regarding the lam more than 24 hours after the Sunday evening close-range shooting in Las Vegas’ Sunset Park. The attack that is apparently targeted the life of vegas Sands VP of Casino Operations, Mia Banks.
Police say that long-time casino that is venetian Anthony Wrobel gunned down his employer at a company picnic on Sunday evening.
While his whereabouts remain unknown, details are growing as to what may have inspired the Venetian employee to carry out the attack.
The deceased has been identified as 54-year-old Mia Banks, LVS Corporation’s vice president of casino operations. Hector Rodriguez, LVS executive director of dining table games, was additionally shot, and continues to be in critical condition at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center in Las Vegas.
Coworkers chatting with local TV place FOX5 expressed not surprising when they learned Wrobel was the suspect.
‘We all knew he had been crazy. It absolutely wasn’t a matter of 2 x bet it was when,’ a female employee — who didn’t want to be named — said if he would. ‘My first idea was like, ‘oh, my God … horrible,’ but I hate to say it, no one was surprised that he did it because he literally reported about management every single day.’
Metro Police said Wrobel was working as a table games dealer at The Venetian since 2004.