Bought a Powerball ticket in DeKalb County? You could be holding $50,000

If you played the Powerball on Feb. 10, there could be a winning ticket with your name on it. 

Two Powerball tickets worth $50,000 each were sold in Decatur and Stone Mountain, Georgia Lottery officials said. The winning numbers were 1, 13, 27, 41, 59 and the Powerball number was 20. 

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The winner of the Stone Mountain ticket claimed their prize Wednesday. 

Officials said the Decatur winner has not come forward. The ticket was purchased at a QuikTrip on the 3800 block of North Decatur Road. 

Powerball winners have 180 days from the draw date to claim their prizes. 

Saturday’s jackpot is an estimated $223 million.

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In other news:

Top 5 reasons you could be denied Georgia lottery winnings Trying to cash a ticket for someone else. Claiming multiple winning games in a short period of time. Failing to prove where or when you bought your winning ticket. Claiming to have purchased a winning ticket before it was delivered to the store. Failing to disclose a relationship with a store owner where tickets are sold.

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