Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
Business | By Tara Barton

Gunman wanted for killing colleague, injuring another at company picnic

Gunman wanted for killing colleague, injuring another at company picnic

A Las Vegas casino worker is a wanted fugitive after turning up to a company picnic and shooting two co-workers.

Suspected gunman Anthony Wrobel, 42, a Venetian Resort Hotel and Casino employee, allegedly walked up to a picnic table where several hotel executives were seated in Sunset Park at about 6 p.m. and started shooting, Las Vegas police officials said.

Rodriguez was being treated for critical wounds, according to Las Vegas Now.

Wrobel apparently hated the managers he had targeted, according to the employee.

There was likely quite a lot of preparation ahead of the assault, Phil Ramos, a retired vegas Metro police officers, advised the station.

"Even the dealers, we was able to make £30,000 more per year plus he felt just like with each one of the choices which direction made, top direction, which that was the main reason why we no more made exactly the cash we left", the employee mentioned.

One of the victims is a Venetian executive, police Lt.

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Police launched the dragnet for Wrobel after the shooting.

Anyone with information is urged to contact The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police at 702-828-3521.

The suspect, who escaped the scene and has not yet been apprehended, is also a Venetian employee.

Authorities have located the gunman's vehicle at McCarran International Airport, but were still trying to track him down.

Wrobel was on the conduct plus is believed to be armed and risky, police said. "If this was a rouse and he just left that auto in the parking lot and left from that parking lot; that's also something they'll be looking at and that might make him a little more hard to find".

Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox News.

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