Someone in Lebanon County might be $100,000 better off – if only they could locate their winning lottery ticket.

The Pennsylvania Lottery sent out a media blast on Wednesday, Dec. 6, alerting the public that the time to claim a winning $100,000 ticket in last year’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle lottery will soon expire.

The ticket was sold at locally-loved family supermarket Zweier’s at 505 S. Lincoln Ave. in Lebanon. (The supermarket has since been rebranded as Gristick’s Fresh Market.)

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The claim must be filed by Sunday, Jan. 7, 2024 – exactly one year after the winning ticket was drawn. The winning ticket number is 00025471.

Find more information about how to claim a prize on the PA Lottery website.

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