Mystery winner yet to claim $100,000 lottery ticket sold in Dracut

The ticket will expire in February

A $100,000 jackpot-winning Mass Cash ticket sold at Dracut Town Variety has yet to be claimed.
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DRACUT — Check your lottery numbers — a $100,000 jackpot-winning Mass Cash ticket sold at Dracut Town Variety last February has yet to be claimed.

The ticket, with winning numbers 10-14-16-26-29, will expire if not claimed by Feb. 26.

On a recent Wednesday, customers lined up inside the store to purchase scratch tickets and Keno cards. The convenience store logs more than $5,000 in lottery sales per day, according to owner Sanjay Patel.

“It’s nice, really,” Patel said of those who win big on tickets sold at his convenience store. “I’m happy,” he said.

Patel said he has no idea who the winner might be.

In 2016, someone won $1 million from a scratch ticket sold at the store. And earlier this month, someone cashed in a $10,000 winner.

Photocopies of winning scratch tickets hang from a wall inside the convenience store, with the words “another winner sold here” written in bold ink.

Mass Cash is played by choosing five numbers. You must match at least three numbers to win, and all five to take home the jackpot.

“I’m happy for the person,” Sandy, a Dracut resident, said of the $100,000 Mass Cash winner. The 55-year-old declined to provide her last name.

“That kind of win doesn’t come along every day,” she said as she tested her luck in a game of Keno.

Two other winning Mass Cash tickets, sold in New Bedford and Hyannis, will also expire in February. Those winning numbers are: 10-14-16-26-29 and 9-22-23-26-30.