ST. LOUIS, Nov. 10 (UPI) -- Missouri lottery officials say no one has yet come forward to claim the $202.6 million-winning Powerball ticket sold in St. Louis for Saturday's drawing.
The ticket, sold at Gateway Newstand at Union Station, matched the winning numbers of 9, 19, 33, 38 and 54, with a Powerball number of 15.
Missouri Lottery spokeswoman Susan Goedde said the newsstand will receive a $50,000 payout for selling the winning ticket.
Another ticket, purchased at a QuikTrip in Ferguson, is worth $10,000. The QuikTrip is about two miles away from the one that was burned down in August after the death of Michael Brown.
Five tickets, sold in Florida, North Carolina, New York, Oregon and Pennsylvania, matched five numbers without the Powerball and are each worth $1 million.
The winner has until May 7, 180 days after the drawing, to come forward and claim the prize.