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Winning Powerball Ticket Still Unclaimed

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A Los Angeles man has just 13 days to become very rich, or he'll lose it all.  The man played a Powerball ticket on May 22 and matched 5 out of the 6 numbers, missing only the Powerball number.  That entitles him to a hefty $465,539 prize, but five months later, the award remains unclaimed.

The mystery man only has until November 18th to produce the winning ticket and claim his winnings.  The California Lottery has released a surveillance photo of the man in hopes that someone can identify him, or get him to come forward.

Last year, the  Lottery began publicizing those  surveillance photos of suspected winners whose valuable tickets are scheduled to expire. And that has helped connect two winners with millions of dollars in prizes.

The winning ticket was sold at Whitley Heights Market, which is located at 1900 North Highland Avenue in Los Angeles.   Do you know this guy? Tell him to claim his prize before it all goes to the public school system.

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