THE winner of the unclaimed £76million EuroMillions jackpot might miss out on it due to purple tape.

Operator Camelot is aware of when and the place the ticket was purchased.

The winner of £76m in a lotto jackpot with this ticket may never claim the winnings
The winner of £76m in a lotto jackpot with this ticket might by no means declare the winnings

Camelot paraded giant mock-up cheques in both Skegness and Boston, Lincs
Camelot paraded large mock-up cheques in each Skegness and Boston, Lincs

However guidelines that permit a winner to remain nameless imply the customer can’t be tracked down — and the proprietor of the newsagent the place the ticket was purchased can’t be instructed.

That additionally means store CCTV exhibiting the second the participant put of their fortunate EuroMillions numbers can’t be used.

A spokesman for Camelot instructed The Solar: “We aren’t within the place of looking somebody down.

“We’ve acquired to guard their anonymity. We all know the retailer the place it was purchased however the cause we are able to solely present a sure space is to guard the winner’s anonymity in the event that they don’t wish to go public.”

The successful ticket was purchased on November 2 between Skegness and close by Boston, Lincs.

Camelot paraded large cheques and mock-ups of the ticket in each cities on Thursday to try to discover the winner. Bosses added: “We’ve got had no claims but.”

The successful numbers have been 5, 15, 17, 37, 44. Fortunate Stars 7  and 11.


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