We all buy lottery tickets and put them in our purse or wallet and never look at them, pull out your tickets if you bought lottery tickets in Lacey Township this past weekend.

The lottery ticket was sold at 403 Main Street in Lanoka Harbor, Lacey Township. The winner of this lottery ticket will split the winnings of 1,329, 672, according to the patch.com. The winner will receive over $660 thousand dollars.

It was a Jersey Cash 5 winning ticket from Saturday night's drawing (July 31, 2021). One ticket was sold at the 7-Eleven in Lanoka Harbor the other was sold in Somerset, NJ.

It's time for you to pull out your lottery tickets, that ticket you put on the bottom of your purse, and completely forgot all about it. If you played the Cash 5 for Saturday's drawing here are the winning numbers: 09, 13, 26, 30, and 38 and the XTRA number was: 02.

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I believe I talked about Mom and Dad owning a News Agency in my little town growing up in Pennsylvania. They were the first ones to have a lottery machine in the little store. It was before the PA lottery was in any grocery stores, liquor stores, Wawa's, or any place else. I remember Dad saying, I hope we get a couple of winners, then we get a little bit for selling the ticket to them. They did have a couple of little winners, which meant, they got a little bit of money from the lottery.

Just like the 7-Eleven in Lacey, the owners of the store will get a small bonus for selling the winning lottery ticket.

Good Luck, the winning numbers again: 09, 13, 26, 30, and 38, and the XTRA number was: 02.

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