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Maryland Lottery says nearly $1.5 million in winning tickets have gone unclaimed this week

Powerball winner still MIA
Posted at 11:34 AM, Dec 16, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-16 11:37:22-05

BALTIMORE — If you bought a Maryland Lottery ticket over the last week, you should really check your numbers carefully.

The Maryland Lottery says nearly $1.5 million in winning tickets have gone unclaimed as of Monday morning.

One of the tickets is worth $1 million, meaning there is someone out there who is a millionaire and may not even know it.

It was a Powerball ticket sold on December 13 at Rieve's Deli on Piney Orchard Highway in Odenton.

The drawing was held on Saturday, and the numbers matched all five white balls, but missed the power ball.

Those winning numbers are 3, 6, 12, 32 and 64.

The Powerball was 19, which means the grand prize is now up to $160 million and will be drawn Wednesday.

Here is a list of all other unclaimed winning tickets.

  • $10,000 5 card ticket purchased Dec. 13 at Chestnut Ridge Gas and Liquors, 2534 Chestnut Ridge Road, Grantsville
  • $40,000 Keno ticket sold Dec. 13 at Long Branch Beer and Wine, 649 University Boulevard East, Silver Spring
  • $25,000 Keno ticket sold Dec. 14 at Arundel Mills Exon, 7043 Arundel Mills Circle, Hanover
  • $10,000 Mega Millions ticket sold Dec. 12 at 7-Eleven #28862, 10020 Darnestown Road, Rockville
  • $228,368 Multi-Match ticket sold Dec. 9 at Crestview Wine & Spirits, 6705 Annapolis Road, Landover Hills
  • $50,000 Powerball ticket sold Dec. 13 (for the Dec. 14 drawing) at Fort Washington Liquors, 10200 Old Fort Road, Fort Washington
  • $100,684 Racetrax ticket sold Dec. 13 at Fuller Package Goods, 710 Bestgate Road, Suite A, Annapolis
  • $10,862.90 Racetrax ticket sold Dec. 10 at Apache Lounge, 1644 North Milton Avenue, Baltimore

Draw game winners have 182 days from the date of a drawing to claim their prizes. For scratch-off games, winners have 182 days from the announced end-of-game date to claim prizes.