The winner hasn’t stepped forward yet, but the winning ticket in the Missouri Lottery’s Million-Dollar Raffle was sold at a QuikTrip store in suburban St. Louis.
Lottery officials also sadi today that one of the four winners of $100,000 prizes drawn Tuesday bought the lucky ticket at the Rush Hour store at 901 N.E. Colburn in Lee’s Summit.
A total of 440 other numbers were drawn for $500 cash prizes.(Go to yesterday's Lucky Numbers raffle story for a link to the Missouri Lottery's Web site and the complete list of winnning numbers.)
Lottery officials said the game's other three $100,000 winning tickets were sold at the Snappy store in Licking, Mo., a T Stop store in Savannah, Mo., and a 7-Eleven in Park Hills, Mo.
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Lottery officials advise winners to sign the back of the ticket and redeem it at any Missouri Lottery office, including one at 3630 Arrowhead Ave., in Independence. (Telephone: 816-795-8811)
Winners have 180 days, or until July 19, to claim their prizes.