DeKalb resident wins $4.5 million lotto (copy)

In this Oct. 17, 2010, photo, Illinois Lottery Superintendent Jodie Winnett presents a check to lotto-winning DeKalb resident Ron Steger (left) for $4,500,000. The winning ticket was bought at the Road Ranger at 1734 N. Sycamore Rd.

DeKALB — If you purchased a lottery ticket on the Illinois Lottery app Monday, you should check your phone.

The Illinois Lottery announced the winning ticket Tuesday in a news release. The winning numbers — 09 10 11 16 17 18 — were drawn Monday. The ticket holder will win a $6.25 million jackpot.

The winner should call the Illinois Lottery Claims Department at 217-524-5147 immediately, according to the release.

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