Brad and Greg Layton, of South Grafton News and Gifts, are looking for the winner of a second divison prize, worth $45,525.10, who purchased a ticket from the newsagency. Photo JoJo Newby / The Daily Examiner
Brad and Greg Layton, of South Grafton News and Gifts, are looking for the winner of a second divison prize, worth $45,525.10, who purchased a ticket from the newsagency. Photo JoJo Newby / The Daily Examiner Jojo Newby

Search on for $45,000 winner

THERE is someone walking around the Clarence Valley with a Powerball ticket worth more than $45,000 in their wallet.

The co-owner of South Grafton News and Gifts, Greg Layton, said his business sold a ticket which won a share of the second division prize, but so far no-one has come forward to claim it.

"We would have sold the ticket last Wednesday or Thursday," Mr Layton said.

He said his agency would have sold between 500 and 600 tickets in last week's draw which had a prize pool of $40 million.

Mr Layton said the winning ticket was unregistered, which means the winner has to jump through a few more hoops before he or she can claim the cash.

He said the winner needs to have their ticket verified and then fill in a winners pack and send to to NSW Lotteries office.



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