Claims being considered on a “case-by-case” basis
Hundreds of people have attempted to claim a £33m lottery jackpot, according to Camelot.
The company, which runs Lotto and other competitions, confirmed the winning ticket was bought in Worcester ahead of the 9 January draw.
The full prize was £66m, though half was claimed within days by a couple from Hawick.
A Camelot spokesman said: “Given the interest in the missing £33m ticket-holder, we have received hundreds of claims of this nature.
“All of these are currently being considered on a case-by-case basis, and we will follow up with all claimants directly to advise them whether their claim will be investigated further.”
@TheMediaTweets D’oh, £33million Lotto tickets have a habit of doing that don’t they?! No probs, your cheque’s in the mail… #DreamOn
— The National Lottery (@TNLUK) January 26, 2016
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