Unclaimed $98K lottery ticket purchased in Stamford will expire in March, lottery officials warn

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Connecticut lottery officials warned the public Monday that time is running out on an unclaimed $98,000 lottery ticket that was purchased in Stamford. 

Lottery officials in Rocky Hill say the Cash5 ticket valued at $98,938 was purchased in Stamford prior to a drawing on Sept. 25, 2019. 

Officials say the five-number match has yet to be claimed and was sold at the Hope Street Mini Mart.

The ticket is set to expire on March 23, 2020. 

Officials say the winning Cash5 numbers are 3-5-6-29-32

All draw game tickets expire 180 calendar days from the draw date.

For more information about unclaimed draw tickets, visit here.  

 

 

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