BALTIMORE – Someone in Maryland has won the fourth largest Powerball Jackpot in its history.
Powerball says one winning ticket for its jackpot was sold in the state.
That jackpot ticket is worth more than $731 million. No one has claimed the prize yet.
The ticket holder will have the choice between taking payments over 29 years or a lump sum pay-out of around $546-million.
Someone else in Maryland bought a ticket that didn’t win the jackpot, but won $2 million.
According to Powerball, 12 tickets sold in seven states won the $1 million prize.
Here are the winning numbers: 53, 60, 40, 68, 69, and the Powerball was 22.