Hanover Park man wins $100,000 Illinois Lottery prize

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Guadalupe Beltran of Hanover Park. | Illinois Lottery

A Hanover Park man has won $100,000 from an Illinois Lottery ticket.

Guadalupe Beltran meets with his friends every weekend for coffee and to scratch a couple lottery tickets, according to the Illinois Lottery.

“When I played a 100X The Cash ticket and won $100,000, I told them I would buy the next round of coffee,” Beltran told lottery officials, adding that he plans to use his lottery prize to pay bills and then put the rest in the bank.

He bought his ticket at the Mr. Quik Ezz Food Mart, 980 S. Bartlett Road in Bartlett. The store received $1,000, or 1 percent of the prize amount, for selling the winning ticket.

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