I think if I won a cool million in the powerball drawing I'd be at the lottery headquarters the next day.

Apparently that's not whats happening with a $1 million dollar ticket that was sold in Danbury for the January 3 Powerball drawing.

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The winning numbers for that drawing were 2-13-32-33-48-PB-22-PP-2, and according to ctlottery.org no one has come forward yet to claim the cash. Prizes must be claimed at the CT Lottery Headquarters in Rocky Hill, and the person holding that lucky ticket does have some time to claim it, it must be accounted for by July 2, if not the prize will be forfeited.

Here's the official rule on unclaimed tickets from the CT Lottery.

All draw game prizes expire and must be claimed within 180 calendar days from the date of the drawing.

The $1 million dollar unclaimed ticket was sold at the Mill Plain Package Store in Danbury.

Maybe the $1 million dollar ticket is still unclaimed, but there have been plenty of other winners in the Greater Danbury area over the last few weeks. There has been over $182,000 dollars in lottery winnings already cashed in.

Here are some of the lucky local winners:

On January 24 Allan Varno Jr. of Bethel picked up a Mega 7s ticket at the Westside Deli in Danbury and won $77,000.

Rose Ann Sansone of Brookfield won $30,000 on a 30X Cash 8th Edition ticket she purchased at Stew Leonards in Danbury on January 20.

January 19 was a lucky day for Molly Huebenthal of Southbury. She picked up a 10X Cash 15th Edition ticket at Main Street Convenience in Southbury and won $10,000.

That same day, January 19, Lora Boynton of Danbury picked up her $30,000 dollar winning ticket at Spirits N Such in Danbury.

Finally earlier this month on January 6, David Delia of Newtown cashed in his Cash Flurry ticket picked up at Wheels in Newtown and pocketed $20,000.

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