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Press Release - Lottery Scam 2013-78853 UPDATE

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Published on Oct 9, 2013

On 9/25/13 the victim , who is an 83 year old female, was shopping in the Sedano's plaza at 10345 Pines Blvd. As she approached one of the stores, she was stopped by suspect 1. Suspect 1 stated that she had a winning lottery ticket and needed assistance in claiming the prize. Suspect 1 added that she was "undocumented" and could not come forward to claim the winnings. She therefore needed 2 people to assist her in getting the money. For her assistance suspect 1 offered the victim $30,000.00, once the money was collected. At that time suspect 2 approached, pretending to have overheard the conversation and also offered to help. She, along with suspect 1, were then able to convince the victim to assist in obtaining the money. Once the victim agreed to help, the suspects stated that they needed a sign of "good faith", in order to give her the $30,000.00. Subsequently, the two suspects entered the victim's vehicle and were driven to several locations in Pembroke Pines, by the victim. The suspects were able to convince the victim to make a cash withdrawal, from the victim's personal account, and turn the money over to suspect 1. Additionally they drove to several stores, where the suspects selected merchandise and had the victim pay for it. In between one of the trips to the store, the victim drove the suspects to her apartment and agreed to give them all of her jewelry. After the last transaction, the victim drove the suspects back to the Sedano's lot. The suspects stated that they needed to go in the store for some food, and asked the victim to wait in the car. Neither suspect returned. In all, the suspects obtained the following from the victim: $8500.00 in cash, $6500.00 in merchandise, and $3000.00 in jewelry.

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