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Pittsylvania County lottery ticket thieves cash tickets in Roanoke, Franklin County, Henry County

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PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, VA -

The Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Office is searching for three people, who are wanted in connection with a business break-in and stealing of lottery tickets.

Deputies say the break-in took place early on the morning of Saturday, May 4th, at the Barbers One-Stop on Route 58 in Brosville.  The front glass of the store had been broken out, and a large amount of lottery tickets had been taken.

Investigators contacted the Virginia Lottery, and found multiple tickets matching the identification numbers of those stolen were redeemed at convenience stores between 6-10 a.m. that morning in:

  • Roanoke
  • Henry County
  • Franklin County
  • Rocky Mount
  • Martinsville

Surveillance video shows the suspects in a white, two-door Ford Explorer SUV, believed to be from model years 2001-04.

If you have any information about the break-in, suspects, or SUV, 

contact the Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Office at (434) 432-7931, or to remain anonymous contact the Pittsylvania County Crime Stoppers at (800) 791-0044.

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