Someone in Canberra is likely unaware they're $4.8 million richer with a lotto ticket purchased two months ago still unclaimed.
The winning ticket was purchased from a lottery stand at Westfield Woden, the Thistle Kiosk.
The lottery was drawn on April 8, and there was just one winning entry. The prize will be paid in installments of $20,000 a month for 20 years.
According to lotto officials, the winning entry was unregistered meaning they have no way to contact them.
The ticket holder will be one of three major winners in the ACT recently, including a Canberra mum who took home a $10 million prize this week, the fourth biggest win in the ACT in the past five years.
A Canberra man was also one of five people with winning entries in a weekend lotto draw, each receiving a prize of more than one million dollars.
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Spokeswoman for the Lott Ally Ramsay said ACT residents who might have bought tickets for the April draw should check their numbers in case they were a winner.
"Make sure you check your ticket, which could be in your wallet, handbag, fridge door or car glovebox because the winner could be you, and you could be planning what to do with your prize too," she said.
"If you discover you are holding the winning ticket, contact The Lott on 131 868 to begin the process of claiming your prize."
The winning numbers were 1, 17, 4, 25, 33 and 34, with the supplementaries of 39 and 18.
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