The lottery said a supermarket in New Carlisle sold a $1 million ticket in yesterday's Powerball drawing, the Associated Press reported.
The auto-pick ticket matching five numbers in Wednesday's drawing was sold at the Community Markets, 610 McAdams Drive, which was recently remodeled and renamed.
"I think it's great for somebody. I mean I'm sure somebody around here could use that money," said Gary Crank, of New Carlisle.
Crank said he's been buying tickets and shopping at the business for years.
"I do wish it was me, but I'm happy for the person who did win it," he said.
The winning ticket holder has not come forward yet.
The jackpot winning ticket worth $425 million was sold at a convenience store in central California, and that winner has yet to come forward either.
Wednesday's winning numbers were 1, 17, 35, 49, 54 and a Powerball of 34.
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