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Five winning Powerball tickets not yet claimed

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Five people who bought winning Powerball tickets for Saturday’s drawing in Indiana have not claimed their prizes. The Hoosier Lottery says the five tickets are worth between $50,000 and $2 million.
The $2 million prize was sold at a Circle K in New Albany. The other four tickets were sold at the following places:
-A $1 million winning ticket was purchased at Bedels One Stop Marathon located at 111 West Main Street in Laurel.
-A $100,000 winning ticket with Power Play was sold at Marathon Express located at 2710 State Road 135 in Greenwood.
-A $50,000 winning ticket were sold at Crown Liquors #4 located at 2101 North Post Road in Indianapolis.
-The other $50,000 winning ticket was bought at Thornton’s #106 located at 12001 North US Highway 31 in Edinburgh.
The winning Powerball numbers for Saturday were 3,9,21,24, and 29 with a Powerball of 14.
The Hoosier Lottery recommends you ensure your ticket is in a secure place and consider meeting with a financial advisor. The number for Hoosier Lottery customer service is 1-800-955-6886.

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