URBANDALE, Iowa (AP) - Officials say someone who bought a Powerball ticket at a Des Moines store has won $1 million Iowa Lottery prize.
The lottery said in a news release Thursday that the ticket matched five of the six Powerball numbers drawn Wednesday night: 1, 5, 8, 39 and 50. The ticket didn't match the Powerball number of 23, so the buyer didn't win the $152.1 million Powerball prize.
The ticket was sold at a Dahl's grocery store on Fleur Drive in Des Moines. The winner has yet to step forward.
The lottery says it's the eighth ticket sold in Iowa this year in which $1 million or more was won.
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