Winning $1 million lottery ticket sold in the Bronx goes unclaimed

The owner of the ticket had until Super Bowl Sunday to claim their prize money.

The owner of the ticket had until Super Bowl Sunday to claim their prize money. (2/3/14)

THE BRONX - Someone's chance at $1 million has come and gone. 

The owner of a winning lottery ticket sold in the Bronx last year had until Super Bowl Sunday to claim their prize money, but the deadline passed without anyone coming forward. 

The ticket was sold at the Future Beauty Supply store on 167th Street and Sherman Avenue. 

The New York Lottery made a push last week for people to look for any old tickets they may have purchased in an effort to find the winner. It says $65 million went unclaimed last year.

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