Charleston police search for stolen lottery ticket suspects

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Several lottery tickets were stolen and later redeemed at six different locations in the Charleston area, according to Charleston police.

Police said they are searching for suspect(s) who broke into the One Stop at 1401 Kanawha Blvd. West on April 4 at around 2 a.m.

They forced entry by breaking the glass on the main door. The suspects took several items, including lottery tickets at the sales counter.

The West Virginia State Lottery Commission said the tickers were cashed and redeemed at these locations the same day:

Mimi’s Ashton Place Charleston, WV
Mimi’s Dunbar, WV
Mimi’s Patrick Street Plaza Charleston, WV
Mimi’s Hills Plaza Charleston, WV
Go-Mart Dunbar, WV
Go-Mart Charleston, WV (811 Washington Street West)