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Last updated on Tuesday, January 20, 2009
(LAWRENCEBURG) - The manager of a Southeastern Indiana convenience store that sold the Powerball ticket worth about $163 million dollars hopes the winner is one of her regular customers.
The Hoosier Lottery says the ticket matching Saturday's winning numbers was sold in Lawrenceburg, an Ohio River community near Cincinnati. Lottery officials say the winner has not yet come forward.
The ticket was sold at a Circle K store, also known as Mac's, on Eads Parkway.
General Manager Mary Cummings says she expects her business will get a boost from selling the winning ticket. She says about 100 customers had stopped in by midday Sunday to check their tickets.
The winning numbers were 2, 5, 9, 23, 59 and Powerball 26.
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