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EUROMILLIONS PRIZE IS STILL UNCLAIMED IN DEVON

EuroMillions officials in the West Country of England are currently searching for the winner of a Millionaire Maker prize, which comes in the form of £1 million and a luxury car.

The winning ticket, which was purchased for the draw on March 27th, won one of the ten Millionaire Maker prizes in the Mega Friday draw, which makes 10 people in the UK millionaires and gives them an extra special something. March’s Mega Friday draw included a brand new Jaguar, and so the winner will be able to drive in style while they decide how to spend their millions. A hospital cleaner from Sheffield recently came forward to claim his matching prize from the very same draw.

The winning EuroMillions player purchased their ticket in the Districts of Mid and North Devon, but have not claimed their prize more than three weeks after the draw took place, leading officials to assume that they still have not checked the ticket and realised that they are the lucky winner. All players in the Districts of Mid and North Devon are being urged by lottery officials to check their tickets, and look through any places where the missing ticket could have gotten lost, such as in jacket pockets and handbags.

A National Lottery spokesperson said of the winning EuroMillions ticket that they are desperate to find its owner, and can’t wait to see how much of a difference the prize will make to that lottery player’s life. The lucky EuroMillions winner has until Wednesday September 23rd 2015 to claim their prize, and if they happen not to do so, then the prize fund, including all of the interest it has generated, will be put into the National Lottery Good Causes fund, which works to help worthy causes across the UK.

The EuroMillions jackpot was drawn again on Friday night, and the jackpot, worth just over £22 million, found itself rolling over to become a value of £28 million for the next draw on Tuesday, April 21st. The winning numbers this weekend were 2, 24, 30, 34 and 39 and the Lucky Stars were 8 and 11.

To get a chance of becoming the next winner, purchase your tickets online at Lottery24.com.