$1 million lottery ticket sold in St. Charles; $100,000 ticket sold in Lee's Summit

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.

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.