Suspects in Lottery Tickets Theft Sought

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    Police said this man tried to cash in lottery tickets stolen from a Suffield shop.

    Police are trying to find the people who cut a hole through the roof of Sam’s Food Store in Suffield early on the morning of Dec. 31 and stole 150 scratch-off lottery tickets, among other items.

    Police said the burglary happened between midnight and 6 a.m.

    Days later, at 5:15 p.m. on Jan. 7, a man entered the Enfield Liquor Warehouse at 496 Enfield St. in Enfield and attempted to cash one of the stolen lottery tickets, according to police.

    Police have released photos from the video security footage from Enfield Liquor Warehouse in hopes of identifying the man shown.

    Anyone who recognizes the man is asked to call Suffield Police Officer Justin Fuller at 860-668-3870.
     

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