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A significant shortage in revenue from Ohio Lottery scratch off tickets at Rite Aid in Kenton has led to an investigation.

According to the report from the Kenton Police Department, the district manager told officers he has found that the store is short more than $19,000.

It is believed an employee has ordered tickets from the Ohio Lottery, and those tickets were never placed on sale at the store, but the winning tickets from those orders were cashed in at local businesses.

So far, no charges have been filed against the employee, and the case remains under investigation.

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