‘Jackpot win only brought Strabane Euro Millions winner Margaret Loughrey torture and grief’

The retail manager of the store where Margaret Loughrey bought her £27m EuroMillions-winning ticket in 2013 has said the “torture” of what came with it caused her “huge grief”.

olm Gallagher managed the Supervalu store in Strabane which sold the seven-billion-to-one ticket to Ms Loughrey, who was found dead at her home on Thursday.

Despite her enormous jackpot winnings, Margaret — who was given the nickname ‘Maggie Millions’ — never left her hometown of Strabane.

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