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Alleged lottery ticket thief charged with hitting three other stores
The stores are Stratham Village Market in Stratham, Great Bay Shell in Newfields and the Irving gas station in Newmarket. The new charges were made public after a grand jury indicted Glavin on charges of receiving stolen property, attempted theft by unauthorized taking and two counts of theft by unauthorized taking.
Portsmouth police began investigating a similar theft on Dec. 27 after someone took approximately $400 in lottery tickets from the Big Apple store on Lafayette Road in Portsmouth.
Police released store surveillance footage to the public from one of the thefts. That led a Market Basket store clerk to call Portsmouth police on Dec. 31.
Glavin is being held at the Rockingham County jail. He will be arraigned on the theft charges in Rockingham County Superior Court.
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