Search to find owner of unclaimed £10,000 lottery ticket

The unclaimed lottery ticket was bought in Raunds
The unclaimed lottery ticket was bought in Raunds

A mystery winner has yet to come forward and claim their £10,000 Health Lottery prize.

The ticket was bought from the Co-op store at 91-93 Brook Street, Raunds, on June 14, and Health Lottery players in the area are being urged to check their old tickets to see if they might be the lucky winner.

The winner has 180 days from the date of purchase to claim their prize before the ticket expires.

The mystery player matched four balls and the bonus ball in the Health Lottery draw on June 15.

The numbers for the draw were three, 10, 21, 38, 47 and the bonus ball was 29.

Dominic Mansour, chief executive of The Health Lottery, said: “We are always delighted when players win, so I urge Health Lottery players in the area to check all their old tickets and hopefully we can find the mystery winner.

“We have had over 1.1 million winners so far, sharing £63.6 million between them. We are always looking to add to this number, so check your ticket, it could be you.”

As well as paying out millions in prizes, The Health Lottery also helps to raise money for health related good causes up and down the UK.

To date, the Health Lottery has helped raise £40.2m for local communities and touched the lives of more than 74,000 people.