National Lottery urges players in Leeds to check tickets as they hunt winner of unclaimed £1 million

The National Lottery has revealed that a £1 million prize is yet to be claimed after the winning ticket was bought in West Yorkshire
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National Lottery is urging players in Leeds to check their tickets as one lucky player who entered the draw on April 29 has won £1,054,214 - but is yet to come forward. However, the National Lottery has now revealed the location the ticket was bought to help track down the newly-made millionaire.

The missing player matched all six balls as well as the all important bonus ball. The winning numbers were 12, 31, 35, 41, 44 and 56 while the bonus ball was 59.

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Anyone not in possession of their ticket, for whatever reason, but who believes they have a genuine claim can still make a claim in writing to Camelot, but it must be within 30 days of the draw. The lucky ticket holder has until the end of October to come forward.

National lottery is on the hunt for an unclaimed millionaire National lottery is on the hunt for an unclaimed millionaire
National lottery is on the hunt for an unclaimed millionaire

National Lottery: Where was unclaimed ticket bought?

The unclaimed ticket worth £1,054,214 was bought in West Yorkshire. If no player comes forward by the end of October, the money will be donated to charities across the UK.