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Woman accused of lottery ticket theft gets bail

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A 25-YEAR-OLD WOMAN has been granted bail after appearing in court charged with the theft of lottery tickets and money.

Amanda Priscilla Boyce of Thomas Gap, President Kennedy Drive, St Michael  is accused of two counts of theft of lottery tickets and two counts of theft of money.

The assistant at a Bank Hall, St Michael service station allegedly stole tickets and money to the value $10 065 on January 11 and tickets and money to the value of $13 814.16 on January 14.

She appeared in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court on Saturday. (PR/NB)

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