Maryland Lottery looking for Powerball, Bonus Match 5 winners

Lottery officials also recently launched an app for iOS and Android devices

November 18, 2013|Nayana Davis, The Baltimore Sun

If you played the lottery this weekend, take a closer look at your ticket because you may have won big.

The Maryland Lottery is searching for three winners who purchased Powerball and Bonus Match 5 tickets for the Saturday drawing.

The $1 million second-tier Powerball ticket was sold at John's Elmwood Tavern in the 4400 block of Kenwood Ave. in Baltimore, according to lottery officials. The winning numbers are 10-29-37-44-59/10.

The Bonus Match 5 winners, who purchased their tickets at the 7-Eleven in the 3900 block of Fort Meade Road in Laurel and Donut Connection in the 21800 block of North Shangri-La Drive in Lexington Park, will receive $50,000 with taxes paid, lottery officials said. The winning numbers are 4-11-19-30-33 with the Bonus Ball of 10.

The $130 million Powerball jackpot-winning ticket was sold in New York, and four other second-tier tickets were sold in Florida, Iowa, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Winners have 182 days to claim their prizes in person at the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, according to lottery officials.

Nine Maryland lottery players have won the $1 million prize so far this year, including a couple who purchased a winning ticket at the Food Lion in Cockeysville for the Nov. 9 drawing.

The Maryland Lottery also launched a free app in October that gives players the opportunity to receive updates on winning numbers, jackpot amounts, promotions and more. The app is available for download on iOS and Android devices.

"We are pleased to offer another avenue for players to connect with the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency," said Stephen Martino, director of the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, in a statement. "Research has shows that more of our players are accessing information through smart phones and tablets. This app will allow them easier access to the information and features they want most."

An earlier version of this story misspelled Stephen Martino's name. The Sun regrets the error.

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