Powerball officials still seeking missing $1 million prize winner

By Agence France-Presse
Friday, April 26, 2013 19:00 EDT
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A Powerball lottery ticket. File photo via AFP.
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Organizers of the Powerball lottery on appealed Friday for the owner of a winning ticket to come forward and collect a $1 million prize that has been unclaimed for nearly a year.

“Check your wallet, clean out the drawers and dig in your pants pockets because a New Jersey Lottery player, somewhere, has a $1 million winning Powerball ticket that will expire on May 16,” officials said in a statement.

The winning ticket was sold in a shop in South Brunswick with the numbers 3, 7, 21, 28, 43 and 2.

The lottery draw was made on May 16 last year. Prizes can be claimed for up to a year after the draw, meaning the mystery winner has just under three weeks to collect the $1 million windfall.

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