The Soupley’s Wine and Spirits on North Apperson Way sold a lottery ticket this week worth $1 million.
The winning Independence Day Millionaire Raffle ticket sold at the Kokomo store has yet to be claimed as of Friday afternoon, according to the Hoosier Lottery offices.The $1 million grand prize winning raffle number is 107460. Each raffle number is six digits. Players must match all six numbers in the exact order drawn.The holder of the million-dollar ticket should sign the back of the ticket and contact Hoosier Lottery Customer Service.In addition to the $1 million grand prize, 10 winning raffle numbers worth $10,000 were drawn, according to a press release issued by the Hoosier Lottery offices. Six of those tickets were sold in north or northeastern Indiana counties. Two of those winning tickets were sold in the town of Fort Wayne. Other $10,000 winning tickets were sold by retailers in the northern Indiana towns of Osceola in St. Joseph County, Roanoke in Huntington County, Elkhart and Hammond.Central Indiana retailers in Fortville and Indianapolis and a retailer in the southern Indiana town of Newburgh in Warrick County also sold $10,000 winning tickets. An additional 2,000 raffle numbers worth $100 were drawn in the final drawing. Players can check their numbers and find out where all the winning Independence Day Millionaire Raffle tickets were sold at hoosierlottery.com. Players in all 92 counties around the state won cash prizes from $100 to $1 million in the raffle. In total, more than 2,400 players turned red, white and blue into a stack of green this summer in the Hoosier Lottery's Independence Day Millionaire Raffle, the release said.