Winning $3.5 million Hoosier Lottery ticket sold in Indianapolis
Circle K store sells winning ticket
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INDIANAPOLIS - A winning Hoosier Lottery ticket worth $3.5 million was sold at an Indianapolis convenience store, lottery officials said Thursday.
Michael Riha took home a lump sum of $1.1 million.
The ticket was purchased at the Circle K store at 6743 E. Washington St., matching all six numbers in Wednesday night's drawing.
The winning numbers were 7-8-9-24-32-34.
It marked the seventh time the Hoosier Lottery jackpot was hit in 2012. Previous winning tickets were sold in Gary, Frankfort, Anderson, Columbus, Highland and Shelbyville.
The winner was expected to speak at lottery headquarters Thursday afternoon. Officials said the winner is an Indianapolis resident.
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