Winning lottery ticket purchased in Alamo remains unclaimed

1 of 2 tickets--each worth $201,643--came from Alamo Plaza Safeway store

Two California Lottery tickets each worth more than $200,000--one in Contra Costa County's unincorporated town of Alamo--remain unclaimed after Friday night's draw, lottery officials announced.

The tickets, each worth $201,643, were purchased at a Safeway store located at 200 Alamo Plaza in Alamo, and at Gold Ranch Lottery in Floriston.

The winning numbers on the tickets were 48, 50, 10, 31, 16. The winning Mega number, which did not match on the tickets, was 44.

Winners have 180 days from the date of the draw to claim prizes. For more information visit


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