Clean out your wallet and check the fridge for a $55 million Powerball winning ticket that’s yet to be claimed, more than four months after the draw.
Tattslotto spokesman Matt Hart said it could be a local or even a visitor who’s yet to discover they are multi-millionaires from the January 11 draw, but so far, there’s been no takers.
“We do have people come forward days, months or years after … usually in the wallet or on the fridge is where it normally tends to be,” he told AAP.
The mystery winner of Australia’s largest unclaimed prize bought their ticket at Scole Lotto and News in Brunswick, in Melbourne.
If the money isn’t claimed after six months, it will go to Victoria’s State Revenue Office, but the ticket owner can still come forward thereafter and take their winnings.
The winning numbers were 32, 7, 5, 34, 38 and 11, while the all-important Powerball number was 12.
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