Inside were a couple of couches and walls lined with shelving and tapes they believe hadn’t been moved in years.
"What one detective described to me was probably the most recent movie in there that was available to rent was an action movie from 2007," Lt. Jake Parker said.
Police arrested the owner, Boonlert Boonsawang, who is accused of taking bets on whatever sport was in season. Police searched both the store and the owner's home, seizing computers and other items.
WSB-TV stopped by Boonsawang's home on Bentbrooke Trail. There were cars in the driveway and dogs barking inside, but no one answered the door.
Boonsawang is out on bond, but the store is closed.
"Detectives are still looking into the finances of what kind of games and how much profit that the organizer was making," Parker said.
Police say they pegged the store as a gambling front several years ago, but the department could never get anyone in undercover to collect evidence until earlier this month.