Lottery Commission seeking unclaimed winners
OKLAHOMA CITY — If you played the Pick 4 Lottery game, you could be a winner.
There were 15 top prize tickets sold Thursday night; each ticket is worth $5,000.
Lottery Commission Official Rollo Redburn said this is highly unusual.
“Typically we can go two or three weeks without a winner. Then all of a sudden you may have in two in one night. Last night we had 15 winners and that’s from all around the state so that’s pretty exciting,” he said.
Now lottery officials are seeking those ticket holders with the winning numbers of 3333.
Seven of the winning tickets were sold in Tulsa including six at one store.
Winners were sold in Lawton, Ardmore and two in Sallisaw.
One was sold at the Sooner Food & Gas on S. Sooner Rd. in Del City.
Two were sold in Midwest City; one at the Quality Express on S.E. 15th St. and the other was sold at the Super Mart on N. Key Blvd.
One was also sold in Oklahoma City at the Circle K on S.W. 74th St.
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