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husband left tickets on store counter


Yesterday, my husband played my lottery slips for me since he was going to the store for a newspaper.He payed the clerk received the slips back but forgot to pick up the tickets on the counter.When he returned home I informed him that the tickets were not in the case.He called up to the store told the manager the manager asked the clerk if any one had seen the tickets and he told my husband no.My husband said no one was in line behind him and the clerk watched him walk away.So I went back to a different store and replayed the slips myself.My question is that had a jackpot been won on any of those tickets ,even if the holder signed them couldn't lottery officials determine that my husband purchased those tickets on camera? Also, since I replayed the exact same numbers over that was played at the store he went to .

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Litebets27Comment by Litebets27 - June 13, 2007, 9:35 pm
If the store has a camera in place that has a digital display of the time and date along with the captured photo and at the inquest the date, time and photo matches the codes that are on the winning ticket that was turned in, then yes, you could have a good case.

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