NORTON SHORES, Mich. (WZZM) - Two armed gunman are caught on tape holding up a charity poker game in Muskegon County and witnesses inside relive the terrifying experience.
"It was pretty scary when he was on top with his gun pointed at me," said Joe Rudicil, a poker player who witnessed the crime first hand.
The robbery happened around 1 a.m. Thursday at the Tilt Room room inside Bob Hi Lanes Bowling Alley in Norton Shores. Rudicil says it was a full house as roughly 35 people took part in a charity poker game for the American Red Cross.
The surveillance video shows much of what happened during the robbery. Two men came in, one was armed, and it was clear they were there to take off with as much money as they could.
"One suspect had a semi automatic pistol and waived it around demanded the money," said Lt. Jon Gale, Norton Shores Police Department. "It looks like the suspects are aggressive which could make it dangerous."