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1.6m lottery win left unclaimed
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Two winning tickets from Glasgow are yet to be claimed
The winner of a 1.6m National Lottery prize has less than a fortnight to claim the jackpot.

The ticket was bought in Glasgow for the draw on Saturday 29 April and is worth 1,666,667.

The winning numbers were 4, 10, 23, 36, 37 and 49. The ticket must be produced by 26 October.

Another winner from Glasgow has failed to collect a 117,345 prize from the draw on Saturday 13 May. They have until 9 November to claim their prize.

The winning numbers on 13 May were 3, 15, 21, 22, 36, 47 with a bonus ball of 27.

The winner chose five numbers plus the bonus.

The April draw was a 5m jackpot-only draw which had three winners, however a second winner from Warwickshire has also failed to come forward.

A Camelot spokesman said: "There are cheques ready and waiting all we need are the names to put on them."

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