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Two winning lottery tickets bought at ‘lucky’ shop in Bromsgrove

Harry Leach 3rd Nov, 2018 Updated: 3rd Nov, 2018

TWO people have become multi-millionaires after buying winning lottery tickets in a Co-Op store in Bromsgrove.

The store which can be found on Stoke Road, had its first winner of the National Lottery in 2013.

A winning ticket was also purchased from the store a few weeks ago.

Assistant Manager Ashley Birley said: “We don’t know who it was because they want to remain anonymous.

“A letter was sent to us from Camelot which said we’ve had another winner.

“We must be in a lucky shop – which is weird because I still don’t put the lottery on.”

Camelot, the business which runs the lottery, replaced the store’s blue lottery ticket stand with a gold one.

A poster with ‘a winning ticket was sold here’ can also be seen in the Co-Op which is near Bromsgrove Railway Station.

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