National Lottery conman convicted of using fake ticket to claim £2.5m jackpot

National Lottery conman convicted of using fake ticket to claim £2.5m jackpot

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A BUILDER has today been convicted of faking a £2.5m winning Lottery ticket.

Edward Putman, 54, was found guilty of fraud by false representation after allegedly claiming the outstanding jackpot with a counterfeit ticket in 2009.

Edward Putman was accused of claiming a £2.5 million Lottery jackpot using a fraudulent ticket
Edward Putman was accused of claiming a £2.5 million Lottery jackpot using a fraudulent ticket
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