NY Lotto searches for missing millionaires

Lotto players are being urged to check their tickets as there's two potential millionaires in Brooklyn who haven't claimed their prizes yet. Gretchen Dizer, of

Two unclaimed winning tickets were sold in Brooklyn

Two unclaimed winning tickets were sold in Brooklyn in the past year. (Credit: News 12 Brooklyn)

BROOKLYN - Lotto players are being urged to check their tickets as there's two potential millionaires in Brooklyn who haven't claimed their prizes yet.

Gretchen Dizer, of the New York Lottery, says the two tickets are second-prize Powerball tickets worth $1 million each.

One ticket was bought at a grocery store in Windsor Terrace and is set to expire Sunday, May 11. The other was sold at a pharmacy on Church Avenue and will expire Thursday, May 15.

Lotto officials will be at the pharmacy on Church Avenue Thursday to speak with shoppers to see if they can find their missing millionaires.

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