$175K lottery tickets sold in Lombard, Harwood Heights

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Winning Lucky Day lottery tickets from Friday night’s drawing worth $175,000 each were sold at two suburban Mobil gas stations, but have not yet been claimed.

One winner purchased a Quick Pick ticket at Mobil at 435 W. Roosevelt Rd. in west suburban Lombard, in the Nov. 7 evening drawing, according to the Illinois Lottery.

Another winner purchased their ticket at a Mobil at 5148 N. Harlem Ave. in northwest suburban Harwood Heights, the statement said.

Both matched all five numbers — 02-07-21-35-38, the Lottery said. Neither winner has claimed their prize.

Both retailers will receive a bonus of $1,750, 1 percent of the prize amount, for selling the winning tickets, the statement said.

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