$1 million lottery ticket sold in Glen Burnie

Millions of dollars in winning Mega Millions tickets remain unclaimed while a $1 million ticket in Saturday's Powerball drawing was sold in Glen Burnie, a state Lottery spokeswoman said.

While no one matched all numbers needed to hit the Powerball, a winning $1 million ticket was sold at JJ's Tavern in the 1000 block of 1st St. in Glen Burnie, Lottery officials announced on Sunday. Four other $1 million tickets were also purchased elsewhere in the country.

The winning numbers were 13, 28, 31, 55 and 58. The Powerball was 15. Maryland lottery officials indicated on Twitter on Sunday that the state's winner had not yet come forward.

Still outstanding, they said, are also people who bought three winning Mega Millions tickets with prizes totaling $209 million. They include a $207 million Mega Millions ticket sold in La Plata prior to Tuesday's drawing and a $1 million ticket that was sold in Crownsville for the same drawing, as well as a $1 million ticket sold in Essex last month.



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