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Winning $50,000 Powerball tickets sold in Baltimore, Harford County; jackpot hit in California

BALTIMORE, MD—The $1.765 billion Powerball jackpot was finally caught by a player in California while four Maryland players scored $50,000 third-tier prizes. Lucky tickets were sold in the counties of Baltimore, Harford, Howard, and Washington.

The winning Maryland Powerball tickets were sold at these locations:

  • Abingdon: 7-Eleven at 3901 Pulaski Highway in Harford County,
  • Clarksburg: Harris Teeter at 22700 Sweet Shrub Drive in Howard County,
  • Hagerstown: Martin’s at 18726 North Pointe Drive in Washington County,
  • Owings Mills: Giant at 10210 Mill Run Circle in Baltimore County.

The winning numbers in the October 11 Powerball drawing were 22, 24, 40, 52 and 64; the Powerball was 10. The drawing on Wednesday produced more than 5.3 million winning tickets nationwide and 108,998 in Maryland.

This was the second largest jackpot in Powerball history and the second largest jackpot in U.S. history. In addition, this was the first time that two consecutive jackpot cycles produced billion-dollar grand prizes.

During the current jackpot roll, Maryland sold two second-tier winning tickets and 27 third-tier winners (including two Double Play tickets) with prizes ranging from $50,000 to $150,000. There are two unclaimed $1 million second-tier prizes won during the jackpot roll. The first ticket was bought in Snow Hill at Duck In II Convenience for the September 27 drawing and the second at Golden Ring Liquors in Rosedale for the September 30 drawing.

Lottery officials encourage all winners to sign the back of their tickets immediately and put them in a safe location. They get 182 days from the date of the drawing to claim their prizes.

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