$6,500,000 lottery ticket sold in West Dundee

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(WEST DUNDEE) A winning $6.5 million lottery ticket was sold in northwest suburban West Dundee for Monday night’s Lotto drawing.

The winner, who has not come forward, bought the winning Quick Pick ticket at Dundee Super Mart at 200 W. Washington Ave. in West Dundee, and matched all six numbers — 08 14 17 24 37 52, according to the Illinois Lottery.

The store will receive a $65,000 bonus, 1 percent of the jackpot amount.

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