Winning $250K lottery ticket sold in Skokie unclaimed

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A $250,000 lottery ticket sold Saturday in the north suburbs has yet to be claimed.

The Quick Pick ticket was sold during a Lucky Day Lotto drawing at a Skokie Marathon gas station, 8001 N. Skokie Blvd., the Illinois Lottery said in a statement.

The winning numbers were: 01-14-16-39-45, the Illinois Lottery said.

The winner is asked to immediately sign the back of their ticket and keep it in a safe place until he or she visits one of the Lottery’s five prize centers in Illinois, the statement said. Winners have one year from the drawing date to claim the money.

Marathon will receive $2,500, or 1 percent or the prize amount, the Illinois Lottery said.

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