Winning lottery ticket bought in Jersey Co-Op or kiosk

Channel Islands lottery ticket kiosk in Jersey
Image caption The winning lottery ticket was bought at either a Jersey Co-Op shop or the King Street lottery kiosk

The winning ticket in the Channel Islands Christmas Lottery draw was sold by the Channel Islands Co-operative Society in Jersey.

Darren Scott from the States department that runs the lottery said it could have been bought in any Jersey Co-Op shop or the King Street lottery kiosk.

The top prize of £751,500 still remains unclaimed after Thursday's draw.

The second prize of £50,000 was claimed in Guernsey, and the third prize of £25,000 was claimed in Jersey.

More than two million tickets were sold in this year's lottery and it is thought to have raised more than £400,000 for charities in Jersey.

The winning ticket was number 1455646, but no one has come forward yet to claim the top prize.

Mr Scott said the winner has a year to claim their prize.

He said there had been a delay in claiming the prize before, but there had never been an unclaimed top prize.

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