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Two suspects are under arrest in the shooting of a man who tried to get help at a Quiktrip gas station in Berkeley 

Authorities said while the suspects are in custody but charges have not yet been filed. 

St. Louis County Police spokesman Randy Vaughn said 20-year-old Paul Moore drove to the gas station in Bel Ridge near I-170 and Natural Bridge Rd.

Police said the shooting happened in the 9300 block of Koenig Circle in Berkeley. 

Moore was rushed to the hospital, where he later died.

Authorities said more information on the case would be released if charges are filed.

 
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     Someone in Florissant is beginning the new week as a millionaire, after one Missouri Lotto ticket matched all six numbers drawn on April 20 to win the $2.7 million jackpot prize. 

     The lucky ticket was sold at QuikTrip, 2105 N. Highway 67, with the winning number combination of 14, 20, 21, 24, 25 and 35.

      “What a fun weekend, full of winners,” said May Scheve Reardon, executive director for the Missouri Lottery. 

      In addition to the weekend’s Lotto win, someone in Hannibal won $250,000 playing Mega Millions on Friday night, a Show Me Cash ticket worth $232,000 was sold in St. Louis for Saturday’s drawing and, on Sunday, a Club Keno player in Arnold scored a $55,071 win.

      “If you’re holding one of these winning tickets, you need to sign the back of it right away and keep it in a safe place until you can claim your prize,” Reardon added.

        Draw game winners have exactly 180 days from the drawing to claim their prize. Expiration dates for winning Missouri Lottery tickets can be found on the Winning Numbers page at MOLottery.com. Prizes can be claimed at any of the Lottery’s four offices, which are located in St. Louis, Jefferson City, Springfield and Kansas City. 

 

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