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Wednesday, 17 September 2014

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Euromillions lotto win for West Cumbrian man

A customer at a Seaton corner shop is believed to have won £138,000 on the Euromillions lottery.

Lotto shop 2006
TICKET SHOP: The Seaton store where the ticket was bought

The identity of the winner in last week’s lottery has not been revealed, but it is understood that they bought a ticket at Poundsavers on Hunters Drive

Store owner Satnam Singh, 53, said that if true it was the first big win for the shop, which has been selling lottery tickets since 1999.

Mr Singh said: “Everybody is talking about it and saying that the shop is very lucky. I hope the winner enjoys the money.”

A spokeswoman for the Camelot Group, which operates the Euromillions lottery, declined to confirm or deny a Seaton winner.

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