OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Time's running out for the buyer of a $200,000 winning Powerball ticket to claim the prize.
The Oklahoma Lottery Commission says the ticket was sold on February 25th in Skiatook. It's set to expire on August 24th.
Jim Scroggins, executive director of the Oklahoma Lottery, is urging Oklahoma lottery players who purchased a Powerball ticket at Mr. Bass, Incorporated in Skiatook to check their pockets and hiding places. Scroggins says someone may have misplaced the ticket or doesn't even realize it's a winning ticket.
The winning numbers for the February 25th drawing were 3-37-46-48-51. The Powerball was 22.
Oklahoma Lottery winners have 180 days from the date of a Powerball or Pick 3 drawing to claim their prize.