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Looking for a lottery winner

Oklahoma City_There’s a winner somewhere! The Oklahoma Lottery is looking for the owner of a winning jackpot ticket from Saturday’s Hot Lotto drawing worth $6.78 million. The winning ticket was purchased at the Homeland at 1100 West Main Street in Norman using one of the Lottery’s self-service vending machines.

The numbers drawn were 7, 9, 18, 21, 33 and the Hot Ball number was 8. The owner of the winning ticket will be the third Hot Lotto Jackpot winner in Oklahoma. In 2008, Oklahoma City resident Steve Trimble won $3.8M and Henryetta resident James Nunn won $2.15M.

Winners have 180 days from the day of the drawing to claim their prize at the Oklahoma Lottery Headquarters, located at 3817 N. Santa Fe in Oklahoma City. Players should note that the Oklahoma Lottery will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 11, in honor of Veteran’s Day.

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