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2008-10-16 14:41:01.19

Two $200,000 Powerball Tickets Close to Expiring

Two $200,000 Powerball tickets sold in Missouri will expire in the next month.  One ticket, sold at Price Chopper, 9107 N.W. 45 Highway in Parkville, will expire on Oct. 27.  Those winning numbers, from the April 30 drawing, were:  1, 17, 25, 43 and 51.

Another ticket, sold at QuikTrip, 3010 Big Bend Ave. in Maplewood, will expire on Nov. 17.  Those winning numbers, from the May 21 drawing, were:  7, 16, 21, 33 and 42.

"Players who buy Powerball tickets at these two locations should check to see if they have the winning ticket," said Susan Goedde, communications manager for the Missouri Lottery.  “If you find you have one of these tickets, sign the back and keep it in a safe place until you can claim your prize at a Missouri Lottery office.”

Lottery offices are located in St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield and Jefferson City.

Missouri Powerball players have 180 days from the drawing to claim a prize.  For more information on unclaimed prizes, go to Molottery.com.





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