Winner of $1-Million Lottery Ticket Sold in Walkersville Has Not Claimed Prize

They have until December 20, 2019 to collect their winnings

Annapolis, Md. – Five people who bought Maryland Lottery tickets are winners, but they have not claimed their prize, including one sold in Walkersville.

The Maryland Lottery is reporting the tickets are worth $50,000 or more, and two tickets are approaching their claiming deadlines.

Lottery ticket winners have have 182 days after the date of a drawing to claim prizes.

A $1 million Mega Millions ticket for the June 21 drawing was sold at the Sheetz at 8408 Woodsboro Pike, Walkersville. The last day to claim that prize is December 20, 2019.

A $775,000 Multi-Match ticket for the August 19 drawing was sold at the Giant at 842 Muddy Branch Road, Gaithersburg. The last day to claim the prize is February 17, 2020.

A $50,000 Powerball winner bought the lucky ticket for the March 27 drawing at the 7-Eleven store at 22 Watkins Park Drive in Upper Marlboro. The last date to claim is September 25, 2019.

Another winning $50,000 Powerball ticket was sold for the April 17 drawing at The Gateway Tavern at 3520 Annapolis Road in Baltimore. The last date to claim on that ticket is Wednesday, Oct. 16.

A $50,000 Bonus Match 5 ticket for the July 5 drawing sold at the 7-Eleven at 162 Ritchie Highway, Severna Park. The last day to claim the prize is January 3, 2020.

Lottery officials say if you have one of the winning tickets to sign the back, and put it in a safe location until you claim your prize at Lottery headquarters located at 1800 Washington Boulevard in Baltimore.