$100K lotto mystery in Excelsior

A winning Mega Millions ticket sold in the Excelsior district, worth $106,073, is still unclaimed, according to Olga Gallardo of the California State Lottery.

The ticket was picked up at Manila Oriental Market on 4175 Mission St.

Tuesday’s mystery winner missed the $95 million jackpot by misplaying only the Mega Ball number.

“It could be anybody,” Jenny Louie, a clerk at the market said. “We get so many people in here to play on Saturdays and Sundays. There are a lot of regulars and a lot of familiar faces.”

wreisman@examiner.com

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