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The Richdale convenience store on Route 133 in North Andover generated $1.6 million in lottery sales last year.
The Richdale convenience store on Route 133 in North Andover generated $1.6 million in lottery sales last year. (Globe Photo / Christina Caturano) Globe Photo / Christina Caturano

Store owner accused of stealing lottery ticket

By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / May 20, 2005

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NORTH ANDOVER -- On Monday morning last week, Elizabeth Gelarderes did exactly what she always does, stop in at Richdale Food Store on her way to work for a regular coffee and a lottery ticket. The self-described ''lottery addict" scrawled onto a ''Cash Winfall" ticket the birth dates of her two children, something she's been doing for at least 10 ... (Full article: 551 words)

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