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Employee steals lottery tickets from Pump & Pantry

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As the Powerball lottery climbs to $1.9 billion Monday night, millions of people are lining up for a shot at buying the ticket of a lifetime. 

A person who works at Pump and Pantry, 3355 W. Stolley Park Road, admitted to stealing more than $1,500 in lottery tickets, according to Grand Island police.

The exact number of tickets stolen is still being determined.

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