Jan 12, 2015 2:35 PM
The Associated Press
SALEM (AP) - Police in Salem are looking for a man whom they say stole a rack of lottery tickets from a gas station, then cashed in a number of winning tickets about an hour later at another store.
Police said the man took the tickets the night of Monday, Jan. 5, from Klemm's Mobil. Police said the same man cashed in winning tickets at a store in Pelham. Shortly after midnight, he was seen back in Salem trying to cash in tickets at another store.
Police said the man and his vehicle are seen on video at several locations. They believe he may live in Massachusetts, but work in Salem.
They said the man is 25 to 30 years old, with a thin build wearing black dress pants and shoes.
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