Lottery jackpot still not claimed
A £63.8m EuroMillions jackpot remains unclaimed despite public appeals for the winner to come forward.
The lucky ticket was purchased in either Stevenage or Hitchin in Hertfordshire for the 8 June double-rollover draw and shares the top prize with a player in Belgium.
The British winner has still yet to be found despite lottery organisers taking to the streets of Hitchin to raise awareness of the unclaimed prize, having previously done the same in Stevenage.
Trucks drove around the area displaying giant billboards which read: "Are you the lucky £63.8 million winner?"
The winner has until 11pm on 5 December to claim the money as per a 180-day deadline, with the cash going to the National Lottery Good Causes fund if no-one comes forward.
A Camelot spokesman encouraged players to “triple-check" their tickets.
The winning numbers for the 8 June double-rollover were 5, 11, 22, 34 and 40, with lucky stars 9 and 11.