Powerball winning ticket worth $50,000 sold at ShopRitePosted: Updated:
A winning Powerball New Jersey lottery ticket worth $50,000 was sold at the ShopRite in Lanoka Harbor.
The store is located at Route 9 and First Street.
The winning numbers for Wednesday’s night drawing were: 10, 12, 15, 19, and 56. The Red Power Ball number was 19. The Multiplier number was 2.
The ticket matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball.
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