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Two $1 million Powerball tickets sold in Howard remain unclaimed

Do you have a Powerball ticket in your purse or inside a drawer? You may want to check it.

There are three unclaimed $1 million Powerball tickets in Maryland, two of which were sold in Howard County.

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According to a press release from the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, one of the tickets was sold on Feb. 25 at Richburn Liquors, Foreland Garth in Columbia.

The second Howard County ticket was sold March 28 at the Weis supermarket on Birmingham Way in Woodstock.

The third ticket was sold at a convenience store in Oakland, Garrett County, on Feb. 11.

Winners have 182 days from the day of the drawing to claim their prizes. The holders of the tickets sold in February have until mid August to claim their prizes; the holder of the March 28 ticket has until the last week of September.

To win the $1 million prize, tickets must match all five white balls pulled during the drawing, missing only the red Powerball.

Winners are encouraged to sign the back of their ticket and contact the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency as soon as possible. Prizes must be claimed at the Baltimore Claims Center in Baltimore.

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