A manhunt is under way for the 1 millionth visitor to The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement. No details are yet available about the suspect, who is expected to remain at large until sometime shortly after 11 a.m. on Tuesday, December 15.
Immediately upon arrival at the Museum, the 1 millionth visitor will be identified and receive a surprise welcome with classic, Las Vegas-style fanfare, including balloons, a confetti launch, showgirls and a Champagne toast. Founding Museum board member and visionary behind the Museum’s creation, Oscar B. Goodman, will make a special presentation to commemorate the milestone. Las Vegas Custom Cakes will provide a commemorative cake.
Sources within The Mob Museum stated that “the suspect has been so elusive, we don’t even have a physical description. Anyone planning a visit to the Museum should be considered a person of interest.” Until Tuesday, Museum staff remain on high alert, holing up behind rolls of red carpeting and heavily armed with confetti launchers.
More information about the specific time of the 1 millionth visitor’s arrival will be available the morning of Tuesday, December 15.