Two people in Connecticut could be holding a winning Cash5 ticket worth $100,000 and not even know it!
Connecticut Lottery officials said Wednesday that two winning $100,000 Cash5 tickets that were drawn this month remained unclaimed, but Thursday they said one of the winning tickets has been claimed.
One unclaimed ticket was purchased at One Stop on South Main Street in Cheshire and matched all five numbers in the drawing on Tuesday. The winning numbers were 4-6-13-21-22.
A winning ticket purchased at Sam's Food Store on Quinnipiac Avenue in North Haven and matched all the numbers in the February 6 drawing has been claimed. The winning numbers in that drawing were 5-11-18-25-33.
Another winning Cash5 ticket worth $100,000 was drawn in January and also remains unclaimed.
According to the Connecticut Lottery, the ticket was purchased at the Super Stop & Shop on Villa Avenue in Fairfield. The winning numbers were 12-13-16-31-32 in the drawing on January 31.
Two winning Cash5 tickets drawn in October of last year remain unclaimed as well.
Lottery officials said the two tickets were bought at Phillips 66 in Colchester. They both matched the winning numbers of 1-2-5-9-10 on October 20, 2018, and are worth $65,566 each.
All draw game tickets expire 180 calendar days from the drawing date, according to the Connecticut Lottery.