Officers were called to the store located in the 6400 block of Cherry Avenue at around 2 a.m. after a woman reported hearing glass breaking and proceeded to see three male subjects climbing through the rear window of the building, according to the warrant.
In total, detectives confiscated the seven gambling machines, one gun and over $1,700 in cash, police said.
An illegal gambling parlor that Long Beach police shut down just a few months ago sprang back to life recently, so officers raided it a second time on Thursday, according to authorities.
Police also detained a man and woman and cited them for gambling.
SWAT officers and vice detectives swarmed a business in North Long Beach before dawn Tuesday as part of a crackdown on illegal gambling.
Vice detectives were investigating a business at 2505 East Anaheim Street at about 3:45 a.m. where they seized gambling machines and found evidence of illegal gambling, a police spokeswoman said.