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An Ontario man told Niagara Falls Police that he lost $2,700 in Canadian currency while gambling at the Seneca Niagara Casino Saturday evening.

According to the Buffalo News, the man told police that he apparently dropped a wad of cash from his pocket about 5:15 p.m. when he got up to leave a gaming table. When he noticed it missing several minutes later, he contacted casino security. Surveillance videotape showed something falling from his pocket, although casino officials told police they could not positively identify what it was.

Further review showed a Buffalo man picking up the item. That man later denied having found any money, police were told, and reportedly showed his wallet to casino officials to prove there was no Canadian currency inside

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Steve Carp

Steve Carp is a six-time Nevada Sportswriter of the Year. A 30-year veteran of the Las Vegas sports journalism scene, he covered the Vegas Golden Knights for the Las Vegas Review-Journal from 2015-2018.

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