Winners of the $ 26 million California Lottery may literally clear a chance of a fortune.The winning SuperLotto Plus tickets for the November 14 draw are sold at the Arco AM / PM convenience store in the Norwall neighborhood. Los Angeles suburbs. Thursday was the last day of redemption, no one did, store clerk Esperanza Hernandez told Whittier Daily News a woman came in on Wednesday and told workers she was wearing a ticket. The store manager told KTLA-TV that the surveillance video showed the woman buying the ticket and that she was known to store the workers. A copy of the surveillance video was sent to The claims will be reviewed, said lottery spokesman Cathy Johnston, a lottery official said, who believes he or she is the one. Winners must fill out a claim form. But if someone has lost a ticket, proof of ownership of the ticket, such as a photo of the front and back of the ticket, the official said, the winning numbers are 23, 36, 12, 31, 13 and mega number 10. Per year, or as a cash option, $ 19.7 million, if not awarded, $ 19.7 million will be awarded to California Public Schools, ticketing merchants will receive a $ 130,000 bonus. Authorities said four awards valued at $ 20 million or more. No claims have been made since 1997, including $ 63 million in winnings from 2015, lottery spokesman Jorge De La Cruz told the Los Angeles Times.Watch the video above to learn more about it.
The $ 26 Million California Lottery Winners May Truly Wipe Off Your Fortune
The winning SuperLotto Plus ticket for the November 14 draw is sold at an Arco AM / PM convenience store in Norwalk, suburb of Los Angeles. Thursday is the last day of redemption.
No one does
Store employee Esperanza Hernandez told Whittier Daily News a woman came on Wednesday and told workers she had put a ticket in her pants and that it had been destroyed in the laundry.
The store manager told KTLA-TV the surveillance video showed a woman purchasing tickets and that she was known to store workers.
The manager said a copy of the surveillance video was sent to California lottery officials.
Lottery spokeswoman Cathy Johnston said the claims will be reviewed.
Lottery officials say people who believe he is the winner must fill out a claim form. But if someone has lost a ticket, proof of ownership, such as a photograph of the front and back of the ticket, must be presented, officials said.
The winning numbers are 23, 36, 12, 31, 13 and 10 main numbers. The $ 26 million prize can be split annually or as a $ 19.7 million cash option.
If not awarded, $ 19.7 million will be awarded to a California public school.
The shop selling tickets will receive a $ 130,000 bonus.
It is unusual for a large number of jackpots to go unclaimed, officials said.
Jorge De La Cruz, a spokesman for four lottery prizes worth $ 20 million or more, has not been claimed since 1997, including a $ 63 million prize from 2015, lottery spokesman Jorge De La Cruz told. Los Angeles Times
Watch the video above to learn more about it.