$1.1 million Wyoming lottery ticket from March 19 drawing still unclaimed
Cheyenne, WY. — According to WyoLotto, a winning ticket in the Cowboy Draw jackpot worth $1,147,549 million dollars remains unclaimed following the March 19th drawing, and the search is on for the lucky winner.
The winning ticket was reportedly purchased at Big D Oil convenience store located at 2310 W. Lincolnway in Cheyenne on the day of the drawing. The winner matched all five numbers: 12, 15, 19, 26 and 32, so check those numbers.
Wyoming sells lottery tickets for various national games, like Powerball, Mega Millions and Lucky for Life, in addition to the state jackpot Cowboy Draw. Wyoming began selling lottery tickets in 2014. Proceeds from the Wyoming lottery go to the Wyoming state treasury, where they are then distributed to cities, towns and counties.
ATTENTION #WYOMING! We've got a missing #CowboyDraw jackpot winner! Our winner purchased their ticket (worth $1,147,549) at Big D Oil in #Cheyenne on March 19th. So spread the word and check those numbers: https://t.co/ApK0GN1Vkd pic.twitter.com/toBu8H6TlX
— Wyoming Lottery (@wyolotto) March 26, 2018