Two winning tickets sold in Decatur

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Decatur - Two lucky Decatur resident are richer, for winning Monday night's Lucky Day Lotto Drawing and the Saint Patrick's Day Millionaire Lottery.

 

The winner of the Lucky Day Lotto ticket has yet to claim their prize. The ticket was purchased at University Service, at 1096 West Main Street, and matched all five numbers 10 - 16 - 19 - 20 - 28.

 

The store who sold the winning ticket will also receive a bonus of $5,000.

 

Another local was a winner of a million-dollar raffle ticket, for the Saint Patrick's Day Millionaire Lottery.

 

The million dollar raffle ticket is number 0-2-74-7-1-1, sold at the Prairie Pantry on West Grand Avenue.

 

For more information about the Illinois Lottery visit www.illinoislottery.com.

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