Is It Yours? Two Winning Lotto Tickets Unclaimed

Who wouldn't claim six-figures in winnings...

A winning Mega Millions California Lottery ticket worth $158,981  was purchased in a Palo Alto liquor store before Friday night's drawing.

The ticket, with winning numbers 21, 27, 46, 52, 55 and Mega  number 14, was purchased from Ernie's Liquors at 3870 El Camino Real and is one of two.

The other was purchased at a grocery store in Riverside.

The California Lottery is reminding ticket owners to sign the backs of their tickets and keep them in a safe place.

The person holding a winning ticket worth nearly $110,000 has still not cashed his or her ticket and it's been two months.

That ticket was purchased in San Leandro in October.

It was purchased at a Bayfair Unocal 76 gas station at 15803 E. 14th St. for the  Oct. 7 drawing and is worth $109,851, according to Lottery officials.

The winning numbers are 3, 31, 32, 37 and 39.

Winners have 180 from the date of the draw to claim their prizes.

Most prizes are claimed within the first few days and less than 2  percent remain unaccounted for, according to Lottery officials.

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