Police looking for man who cashed in stolen lottery tickets at local convenience stores

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EDMOND, Okla. — Police are looking for a man who cashed in several stolen lottery tickets at two local convenience stores.

On the morning of December 6th, the owner of the EZ Stop-N-Go noticed someone had broken in when he got to work.

Surveillance cameras captured a subject entering the store and police later learned he broken through several windows to get inside.

The suspect got away with 17 ‘Golden Ticket’ lottery tickets, with prize money up to $100,000.

After contacting the Oklahoma Lottery Commission, police learned a man tried to cash in two of those tickets at a few other local convenience stories.

No arrests have been made.

Call Edmond police if you recognize the suspect or have information that could lead to an arrest.

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