Check those Powerball tickets. You could be a millionaire.
A winning ticket worth $2 million was recently sold at Speedway, 1895 Stringtown Road, in Grove City, according to Ohio Lottery officials.
The winning numbers in Wednesday night's drawing were 40, 41, 58, 64 and 65. The Powerball was 17.
The $2 million winning ticket matched the first five numbers, missing the $102 million jackpot by failing to match the Powerball.
That means the jackpot for the next drawing, scheduled for Saturday, has now climbed to an estimated $117 million.
The winner of Wednesday's drawing must cash their ticket in the next six months, according to Ohio Lottery rules.
"We won’t know who the winner is until they come forward to claim," said Danielle Frizzi-Babb, spokesperson for Ohio Lottery.
The Speedway on Stringtown Road also will receive a $1,000 bonus for selling a second tier prize-winning ticket.
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This article originally appeared on The Columbus Dispatch: Powerball: $2 million ticket sold at Grove City Speedway