Winning $350,000 lottery ticket sold in Merrionette Park

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Someone has yet to claim a $350,000 prize after buying a winning lottery ticket in south suburban Merrionette Park.

Matching all five numbers–05-15-36-38-44–the winning Lucky Day Lotto ticket was purchased at a Seven-11 at 11459 S. Kedzie Ave., according to the Illinois Lottery. The store will receive a $3,500 bonus, or one percent of the prize amount, for selling the ticket.

The winner has one year from the drawing date to claim the prize at a Lottery Prize Centers in Chicago, Rockford, Des Plaines, Springfield or Fairview Heights.

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