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$469,000 lottery ticket winner yet to claim prize

Winning ticket bought in San Leandro liquore store a month ago

California Lottery officials said Monday they are still seeking a person who bought a ticket worth nearly $469,000 in San Leandro a month ago but has yet to claim their prize.

The Mega Millions ticket was purchased on May 9 at San Leandro Express Liquors, located at 138 W. Juana Ave.

It matched the numbers 39, 10, 59, 28 and 51, missing only the Mega number of 14, and is worth $468,905, according to lottery officials.

California Lottery officials are urging the winner to sign the back of the ticket in ink, keep it in a safe place and visit their local lottery district office as soon as possible. Winners have 180 days from the date of the draw to claim their prize.

— Bay City News Service

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