Three people in Scotland unaware of £1m lottery wins


Three people in Scotland have days left to claim £1m national lottery prizes.

Two players from Fife and one from East Dunbartonshire secured the windfalls on EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle draws.

Two tickets - from East Dunbartonshire and Fife, are from the special draw on 26 July 2013. Winners have until 23:00 on 22 January to claim.

The other Fife winner, from the 23 July 2013 draw, has until 23:00 on Sunday. Any unclaimed prizes will go to the National Lottery Good Causes.

The Fife ticket that must be claimed by Sunday 19 January has the number BZP849967.

The other Fife ticket and East Dunbartonshire ticket, which must be claimed by 22 January, are numbered CZZ474287 and CBT475280 respectively.

'Clock ticking'

A National Lottery spokesman said: "There are three lucky winners in Scotland walking around not knowing they are millionaires.

"Though the clock is ticking, there is still time for players to re-check their tickets and, for a lucky trio, to make 2014 a year to remember as Scotland's newest millionaires.

"We urge EuroMillions players to check their bags, coat pockets, even down the back of the sofa and in their cupboards - the winning tickets could be tucked away in any of these places."

Players with winning tickets in any National Lottery draw have 180 days from the day of the draw to claim their prize.

Anyone who believes they have a winning ticket should call the National Lottery Line on 0845 910 0000.

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