By Euro Weekly News Media • 20 October 2017 • 14:22
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PLAYERS in Spain’s Lotería Nacional de Navidad Christmas lottery have been warned to look out for stolen tickets that might be offered for resale.
The Puertollano Aldabón Association in Ciudad Real, for people with disabilities, has reported the theft of several the tickets with the number 95.874.
Stolen tickets carry numbers in the range of 1,311 to 1,347.
According to the Local Police of Argamasilla de Calatrava the value of the theft amounts to €360 euros.
The tickets are sold for five euros: €4 is the amount played and one euro goes as a donation to the association.
Officers are investigating the theft.
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