Two WA Lotto players $2.5m richer

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TWO West Australians who are $2.5 million richer have yet to claim their Lotto winnings.

The search continues for two WA Saturday Lotto players who bought tickets from Exmouth Newsagency and Toyworld, and High Wycombe News and Lotteries.

Lotterywest spokesperson James Mooney said at this stage, there has been no sign of the State’s newest multi-millionaires.

“These two tickets, that are worth $5 million in total, are not registered, which means our customer service team can’t reach out to give them this brilliant news,” he said.

“Our advice is simple, if you or someone you know may have bought a Saturday Lotto ticket from Exmouth or High Wycombe, please check your ticket.”

This is the second time in less than a month that the High Wycombe Store sold a Division One prize.

WA was also home to a third Division One ticket during the weekend, a Super66 prize from Newsextra Bentley News and Tobacconist.

The ticket, which is worth $33,000, is also yet to be claimed.

In good news for other players, Cashcade is back for Monday and Wednesday Lotto this week and next.

This means if no one wins the Monday or Wednesday Lotto Division One prize, Divisions Two to Six will share in $1 million.

Tickets can be bought up until 6pm tonight in-store, online or via the app.

Players are encouraged to play responsibly and spend only what they can afford.

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