Got £33m to spend? Luxury life for mystery lottery winner
The hunt is on for the owner of the National Lottery ticket worth £33m, with a life of luxury on offer.
The unclaimed Lotto jackpot ticket was bought in the Worcester area, according to organiser Camelot.
The sum is half the record win, shared with a couple from Hawick in the Scottish Borders, who claimed their prize shortly after the draw on 9 January.
The ticket had the winning numbers 26, 27, 46, 47, 52 and 58.
People in Worcester are being urged to check their pockets and homes for the unclaimed ticket which could buy them a whole new life.
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22 Jan 2016