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Punter scoops $851,000 on Lotto

A BRASSALL resident is more than $851,000 richer and doesn't know it.

The division one winning ticket was sold at Brassall News in the Brassall shopping centre, but no-one has come forward with the winning ticket yet.

As the person who bought the ticket didn't register it on a Winner's Circle card, they can't be contacted by the newsagent to tell them they've won.

Brassall News' Tahlia Tuihalangingie said anyone who bought a ticket for Saturday's draw from the store should come in to have it checked.

"Someone won more than $851,000 on the Saturday night Lotto draw," she said.

"We don't know who it is though, so if you bought a ticket come in and get it checked."

The Brassall News ticket was one of only five winners from Saturday night's Gold Lotto draw across the state.

Topics:  brassall, ipswich, lotto, lotto winner




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