Lottery Revenue Shortage Under Investigation In Kenton

6/30/14 – 7:19 A.M.

Police in Kenton are investigating a shortage in revenue at an Ohio Lottery location. Kentontoday.com reports the district manager of the Rite Aid in the city told police the store was short more than $19,000 in revenue from scratch off tickets.

Investigators think an employee ordered tickets from the Ohio Lottery, but never sold them. Winning tickets from the orders in question were cashed in at another Kenton business.

So far no charges have been filed. The case remains under investigation.

MORE: Kentontoday.com

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