Euromillions players in Dorset are being asked to twofold check their fortunate numbers as a mammoth £41m bonanza won in the area stays unclaimed – with a first cutoff time quick drawing nearer.
The £40,957,696.60 prize was the seventh time the landmass wide lottery has been scooped in the UK this year. The triumphant ticket-holder coordinated every one of the five fundamental numbers and the two fortunate star in the draw on 3 December. The triumphant numbers were 18, 31, 32, 38 and 48, with fortunate stars 04 and 12.
However, if the victor has lost or unintentionally decimated their ticket, they have only multi week left – until 2 January – to present a case recorded as a hard copy.
Administrator Camelot will at that point decide if the case is legitimate, and would choose in the event that it will pay out inside 180 days of the draw date. There is likewise a second cutoff time for anybody with the triumphant ticket still in their ownership. They have until late on 31 May to make their case.