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Fort Wayne retailer sells $2 million Powerball ticket

Another sells one worth $10,000 from same drawing

Fort Wayne retailers sold two big-jackpot Powerball tickets for Saturday night's drawing, the Hoosier Lottery said today.

The Fairfield Marathon, 3230 Fairfield Ave., sold a Powerball ticket worth $2 million, the lottery said in a statement. That ticket matched the first five numbers, but not the Powerball, and used Power Play, which doubled the $1 million prize.

A second ticket worth $10,000 was sold at the Scott's store at 10230 Chestnut Plaza Drive, the lottery said. It said that ticket matched four of the first five numbers, as well as the Powerball number.

The winning numbers Saturday night were 10, 14, 24, 32 and 41, with Powerball 30. The Power Play was 2.

The lottery encouraged the holders of the winning tickets to sign the backs of them and contact the lottery's customer service department.

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