After a two-week investigation, Burbank police say they confiscated two active slot machines from Neighborhood Market on North Glenoaks Boulevard in Burbank.
An anonymous caller informed police about one of the machines about two weeks ago, said Burbank Police Sgt. Darin Ryburn.
Upon visiting the store, officers noticed the machine was active and accepted bills. A store employee allegedly admitted to paying out one or two winners who played a game, though it’s unclear how much money the winners took home, Ryburn said.
Police returned on Tuesday with a search warrant, and recovered a “coin pusher” machine -- also believed to function as a slot machine.