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Lawrenceville man purchases winning lotto ticket in Gainesville

By Alyson Shields Reporter
GAINESVILLE - A winning lottery ticket worth $1 million was purchased in Gainesville, according to state lottery officials.<br /> <br /> The instant ticket was purchased by Rafiqul Bhuiyan of Lawrenceville at the Texaco Food Mart at 1860 Atlanta Highway. Bhuiyan won the $1 million prize.<br /> <br /> The winning ticket was a Georgia Lottery's 20th Anniversary Exstravaganza instant ticket with a top prize of $1 million and $5 million.<br />
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