REPORT: Man stole roommate’s $10M lottery ticket, police say

JANUARY 9, 2019

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A California man was arrested Monday after replacing his roommate’s winning lottery ticket with a fake one and trying to cash in what turned out to be a $10 million ticket, authorities said.

Adul Saosongyang, 35, stole his roommate’s winning $30 scratcher ticket and swapped it with a different one, initially thinking the winning ticket was worth $10,000, Vacaville police said.

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The roommate immediately grew suspicious after trying to claim his prize, and learning not only was the replacement ticket not a winner, but it had been altered, authorities said.

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