Two weeks after a Hot Lotto ticket worth $8.47 million was sold at an Eastern Panhandle store, no one has claimed the prize.
The ticket was sold at the State Line Market in Bunker Hill, W.Va., for the March 18 drawing.
"Someone should have shown up," said store cashier MaryAnn Cupano, who sold the winning ticket. "It's like, where did they go?"
The winning numbers in the March 18 drawing were 1, 8, 10, 23 and 33, and the hotball was 11.
Hot Lotto winners have 180 days to claim their prize money, West Virginia Lottery spokeswoman Libby White said. If the prize goes unclaimed, the money will be dispersed among the state's various games, White said.