CRANSTON, R.I. (WPRI) -- So far, the top prize winner in the Rhode Island Lottery's Million Dollar Raffle drawn on New Year's Eve 2012 has not been discovered -- and the prize is unclaimed. But, we now know where the top prize-winning ticket was sold.
A ticket sold at Stop and Shop at 300 Quaker Lane in Warwick had the winning number, 051541.
Multiple smaller prizes have also been awarded in addition to the million-dollar prize. Tickets sold at the retailers listed below won prizes of $10,000:
Sandy Lane Market
459 Sandy Lane, Warwick
1501 Atwood Ave., Johnston
Bestway Food Store
823 Newport Ave., Pawtucket
Plainfield Pike Leasing
1889 Plainfield Pike, Johnston
A T Casali Liquors
1776B Cranston St., Cranston
The ticket from A T Casali Liquors was claimed Wednesday morning by a Cranston man.
Other tickets won prizes of $5,000, $1,000, and $500.
All tickets can be checked for wins at the Rhode Island Lottery's website, rilot.com.
Those tickets that didn't win can be entered for a second chance drawing at the Rhody Replay website. That contest's prize is a 7-night, all-inclusive vacation for two at the Excellence resort and spa in Playa Mujeres, Mexico. The entry deadline for the second chance drawing is Jan. 21.
The winning top prize number was announced Monday night on WPRI 12 by the fifth winner of The Rhode Show Search for a Star, Meaghan Mooney.
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