Billings, Montana, police are looking for three suspects

By Mollie Cahillane
Updated April 14, 2016 12:45 PM
Credit: Source: KTVQ

A couple in Montana was so busy making out they missed three alleged armed robbers holding up a bar early Monday morning, surveillance video appears to show.

Billings police are looking for three suspects who allegedly robbed the Tap Inn at gunpoint, PEOPLE confirms. Police believe two men and a woman came into the bar and casino and demanded money.

The Tap Inn released video surveillance of the April 11 incident, in which the robbery is visible from multiple angles.

All of the bar patrons and the bartender appear to have their hands in the area – except for a couple seated at the bar who appear oblivious to the events around them.

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The alleged robbers appear to empty the cash register just a couple of feet away from the couple. The couple appeared to notice the robbers right as they were leaving.

The bartender called 911 as the alleged robbers left.

While this was the first incident of its kind at the Tap Inn, there have been several similar robberies at other casinos in the area, police tell PEOPLE. Police are unsure if the robberies were committed by the same suspects or if the incidents are unrelated.