Roseville, MN (KROC-AM News)- The Minnesota Lottery says the holders of lottery tickets with large prizes sold in Rochester and elsewhere in Minnesota have not yet come forward. 

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The tickets were sold for drawings last Month. The lucky local lottery player bought their winning ticket at one of Rochester’s Hy-Vee stores.  

It’s a Powerball ticket worth $50,000 that was sold at the Crossroads Hy-Vee in southwest Rochester. The ticket is from the Dec. 13 drawing. 

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That powerball ticket is one of two major lottery winners sold in southeast Minnesota last year that has gone unclaimed so far. One of the two $1 million winning tickets from the Minnesota Millionaire raffle tickets from last year was sold in the Northfield area. 

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The winning player who bought the ticket from the Kwik Trip in Dundas has still not come forward yet. The other $1 million dollar prize from the annual raffle, sold at Coborn’s in Delano, has also gone unclaimed. 

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In addition to the Powerball ticket in Rochester and two $1 million raffle tickets, the lottery says a Gopher 5 Ticket worth $222,000 sold on New Year’s Day is still unclaimed. The winning lottery player bought it at a convenience store in Silver Lake.

Holders of the winning tickets can claim their prize at any authorized Minnesota lottery retailer or on the Minnesota Lottery’s website.

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