Lottery ‘Winner’ Charged for Faking Winning Ticket for £2.5m

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Lottery ‘Winner’ Charged for Faking Winning Ticket for £2.5m

Postby » Tue 11 Sep 18, 16:10

A man who used a fake ticket to claim a lottery jackpot worth £2.5 million has been charged by police. Edward Putman, a 53-year-old builder from Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, will appear in court next month to face charges of fraud by false representation. 

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