An Ohio resident might be a lottery jackpot winner, who would receive either $25,000 a year for life or a $390,000 one-time payment.
Lottery Jackpot Winner With $25,000 a Year for Life or $390,000 One-Time Payment Lottery Prize Might Be an Ohio Resident
A lottery jackpot winner with a $25,000 a year for life or $390,000 one-time payment lottery prize might be an Ohio resident, wherein Ohio residents are encouraged to check their tickets purchased in Ohio to see if they might be the missing lottery jackpot winner.
According to a report published in The US Sun, the lottery jackpot winner of the Lucky For Life should have matched all the winning numbers 7-25-33-43-44 to get the prizes and if the lottery jackpot winner also matched the lucky ball number 9, they would choose either getting $1,000 a day for life or $5,750,000 one-time payment.
While looking for the lottery jackpot winner, the Ohio lottery officials revealed that an Ohio resident might have been the lottery jackpot winner after learning that the winning ticket was reportedly tracked at an Ohio tobacco shop.
Lottery Jackpot Winner Encouraged to Present Valid Winning Ticket and Other Requirements to Claim Prize
Following the announcement, Ohio lottery officials encouraged the missing lottery jackpot winner to come to their office and present the valid winning ticket they had purchased during Thanksgiving Day and other requirements.
It was not yet revealed if any Ohio residents have claimed that they were the lottery jackpot winner and presented their winning ticket, WYTV reported.