Three people have been arrested after winning more than £1m at an exclusive central London casino.
The three people won the money on the roulette wheel
Two men and a woman won the money playing roulette at the Ritz Casino club in Piccadilly on 16 March.
Police were called after the casino reviewed security video footage - they have confiscated the winnings and the suspects' mobile phones.
Two Serbian men, aged 38 and 33, and a Hungarian woman aged 32 have been released on bail until 30 March.
The casino is a high-profile venue in the former ballroom of The Ritz Hotel.
It opened as a casino in 1978, and is an exclusive, privately-owned members-only club. A spokesman said they had no comment to make about the arrests.
A Scotland Yard spokesman added: "Three people have been arrested on
suspicion of obtaining money by deception through gambling.
"A significant amount of cash was seized and inquiries continue."