PHOENIX - Is Arizona's Powerball winner from Maryland?
Surveillance video from a convenience store in Marlboro shows a man with the possible winning ticket, according to ABC News.
The man wearing a yellow construction or highway worker jumpsuit is seen excitedly showing the ticket to the store clerk and then pumping his arms in the air and showing the tickets to other people in the store Thursday afternoon.
He gives the ticket, which he says he bought in Arizona, to the clerk who says the winning numbers were on the Powerball ticket.
One customer said he heard the possible winner may be in the military.
If this is the winner, he has 180 days to return to Arizona and claim the prize.
Arizona Lottery officials say that as of 9:30 a.m. Friday, "the $587.5 Million Powerball jackpot winner has NOT come forward to claim their prize."
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