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updated: 8/5/2014 6:08 AM

$1M Powerball ticket sold in Granite City

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GRANITE CITY, Ill. -- Illinois Lottery officials say a Powerball ticket worth $1 million was bought at a convenience store in Granite City in southwestern Illinois.

The winner as of Monday afternoon had not come forward to claim the prize.

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Lottery officials say the ticket, with numbers selected by the computer at the buyer's request, was sold at Super One Stop.

The ticket's first five numbers matched Saturday's drawing: 12, 26, 44, 46 and 47.

The store will get $10,000, or 1 percent of the prize winnings, for selling the ticket.

The estimated jackpot for this Wednesday's Powerball drawing is $80 million.

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