Two lottery prizes in county as yet unclaimed

BOTHELL — A $1 million Powerball prize for a ticket sold here has gone unclaimed since last weekend’s drawing.

That’s not the only lottery winning waiting to be picked up in these parts. There’s also $3.3 million lingering since March 25 for a Lotto ticket sold in the Lynnwood area.

“There are two millionaires out there and we’d like to find out who they are,” said Arlen Harris, a spokesman for Washington’s Lottery.

The Bothell-area Powerball ticket gets a second-tier prize because it matched five correct numbers, but not the Powerball digits. The winning combination is 10-13-14-22-52, Powerball 11. The winner can claim the prize at the state Lottery’s Everett office at 11419 19th Ave. SE, suite A106.

The same May 18 Powerball drawing awarded nearly $600 million to a ticket sold in Florida, which matched the Powerball number as well as the other digits.

Winners have 180 days to claim prizes. That means the holder of the million-dollar Powerball ticket has until Nov. 14.

The combination of the multimillion-dollar Lynnwood Lotto ticket is 03-08-12-17-25-30. The deadline to collect that purse is Sept. 21.

The exact locations where winning tickets were sold have not been released, Harris said.

If a prize goes unclaimed, a third of it would go to a Washington state reserve account for promoting economic development. The remainder would be used for future lottery prizes.

Noah Haglund: 425-339-3465, nhaglund@heraldnet.com.

More in Local News

Shock from WSU suicide ripples through Snohomish County

Roughly 1 in 10 seniors, sophomores and 8th-graders said they had attempted to take their own lives.

New leaders coming to county, state political parties

Hillary Moralez of Bothell takes over as chair for the Snohomish County Democratic Party.

Mom and brother turn in suspect in Stanwood robberies

The man is suspected of robbing the same gas station twice, and apologizing to the clerk afterward.

$1,000 reward for info on who killed an eagle near Snohomish

After being shot, the raptor was treated at the Sarvey Wildlife Center but died overnight.

Possible bobcat sighting keeps Snohomish students inside

The creature was spotted on the campus of Valley View Middle School around noon.

Derrick “Wiz” Crawford, 22, is a suspect in the homicide of his roommate. (Edmonds Police Department)
Roommate suspected in Edmonds killing found hiding in closet

Police had been searching for him for 10 days before locating him at a house in Everett.

Stabbing in Everett follows dispute between brothers-in-law

The victim, 54, was hospitalized. The suspect, 29, had not been apprehended Thursday.

Camano Island man gets 18 years for role in drug ring

He was convicted of helping lead a drug distribution network in four Washington counties.

Lake Stevens man missing since beginning of January

Jason Michael Knox White hasn’t used his credit card or withdrawn money from his bank since then.

Most Read