A mystery winner of a $10 million lottery prize in WA drawn on Tuesday night is yet to pick up their winnings.
The ticket for the $10 million OzLotto draw prize was sold at newsXpress Centrepoint Midland in Perth’s north east.
The winner picked the numbers 29, 19, 38, 22, 3, 5 and 27.
But a worker at the store told Yahoo7 “no-one has come in to claim the prize”.
“We’re still waiting and don’t know when or if they will come in,” he said.
“It’s great though – we have a lot of people who come in and buy tickets supporting us. It’s great to see one of them is a winner.”
The win follows another lucky WA punter’s $20 million win, half of a division one Powerball jackpot, last week.
The winner, a mum of two according to PerthNow, said it was “everything” she needed and that she planned on buying a house.
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“The future’s looking stress-free, peaceful and fun,” she said.
“I still can’t believe it.”
The other half of that prize went to a young mum from the Sydney suburb of Lewisham, according to Oz Lotteries.
She said the win came two days after her husband called saying he was struggling to buy her a coffee. He had only $3 on his person.
“I couldn’t afford a daily coffee then, but I might go buy a café now!” she said.