No winner has come forward to claim the $1 million
No winner has come forward to claim the $1 million

Lotto booty remains unclaimed

A $1 million dollar lotto prize won in last Monday night's lottery draw remains unclaimed, after the mystery winner failed to come forward and claim the prize.

NSW Lotteries spokeswoman Belinda McDougall said the division one winning $1 million ticket, purchased in Tweed Heads South wasn't registered on a NSW Lotteries Players Club card.

She said NSW Lotteries were desperate to unite the winner with their prize and was calling on all those who may have purchased a ticket to head in-store and have it checked to be sure.

"We still haven't had anyone present to NSW lotteries with the winning ticket from the Tweed City News outlet," Ms McDougall said.

"We're eager to hear from our newest millionaire, so anyone who purchased an unregistered Monday Lotto Ticket in Tweed Heads South should check it immediately because they could be a new millionaire."

This is the second big win so far this year for the Tweed City outlet - which sold a $2 million division one winning entry in January.

It is the third millionaire winner for the Tweed in the eight months, after a Banora Point truck driver snared $2.34 million in a Keno Jackpot at Twin Towns Juniors last October.

The winning numbers in Monday Lotto draw 3566 were 24, 45, 29, 14, 39 and 35, with supplementary numbers 30 and 16.

"If you discover you are holding the division one winning ticket, contact NSW Lotteries on 131 868 to begin the process of claiming your prize," Ms McDougall said.



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