Two winning lottery tickets for the Mega Millions second-tier prize of $250,000 have been sold in Harford County in the last month and a half, but remain unclaimed, the Maryland Lottery said Wednesday.
One of the tickets was sold for the March 30 drawing at Redner’s Warehouse Market on Fountain Green Road in Hickory. The other was sold for the May 1 drawing at a 7-11 on the 1300 block of Churchville Road, also in Bel Air.
The tickets were among four total winning $250,000 tickets sold since the end of March, according to lottery officials. The other two tickets were sold at a 7-11 on Beaver Dam Road in Timonium for the March 30 drawing, and at a Stop & Shop in Lexington Park, St. Mary’s County for the May 9 drawing.
Winners have 182 days from the date of the drawing to claim their prize. Details on how to claim a winning ticket can be found on the Maryland Lottery’s website.