Two winning Powerball tickets from Saturday night’s drawing were claimed by a 61-year-old Newark man, but the jackpot remains up for grabs.
The man, who wished to remain anonymous, bought the tickets at Malin’s Market near Newark and realized he only brought enough money for three lines plays.
Earlier this month, a 53-year-old Hockessin man claimed his Powerball winnings after cleaning out the console in his car.
He bought the tickets in March 2019 at a Shore Stop in Long Neck and put them in the center console of his car, where they remained for months.
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