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Dating back to Friday, December 20th 2013, a mystery EuroMillions winner is yet to come forward to claim their second prize winnings. The winner matched all of the five main numbers and one out of two lucky stars in order to win a second prize worth almost £209,000 in the draw just before Christmas, however they still might not even know they have won.

The winning ticket was bought in Leeds, West Yorkshire and contained all five main numbers 12, 13, 17, 22 and 43 with one out of the two lucky stars 3 and 10 in the Europe-wide lottery draw. The UK officials of the EuroMillions lottery have stated that the mystery winner has up until June 18th 2014 to claim their prize, before the cash along with all of its generated interest will go to the National Lottery Good Causes fund, and be used towards charitable causes and giving.

Urging everybody who may have bought a lottery ticket in Leeds over the last month to check their pockets, in wallets and handbags and down the back of the sofa, National Lottery officials insist that they are desperate to find the mystery winner in order to grant them access to their deserved £208,839.80 lottery windfall.

The EuroMillions jackpot is currently standing at £105 million and is due for its next draw in Paris on Tuesday, 7th January 2014. So if you want to be the next person to have their life changed by this European lottery game, make sure you buy a ticket for this multi million pound draw, and check your old tickets and search your handbags in case you are the mystery winner of this latest unclaimed Euro Millions prize – because you never know!

If you purchase your EuroMillions lottery tickets online at you will be informed in writing of all your winnings.