£2m worth of Lottery prizes remain unclaimed - and tickets were bought in Yorkshire

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Two lucky Yorkshire residents could be sat on a £1m fortune each... and not even know it.

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Imagine you had a cool £1m in your bank account, what would you with it?

We all dream about where we would go, what we would buy and who we would treat if we ever won the lottery.

Now, two ticket bought in Yorkshire remain unclaimed, meaning a couple of people in the region could be sat on the fortunes, without even realising.

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The National Lottery are appealing for whoever bought a ticket for the March 24 draw in the East Riding of Yorkshire with the winning number of GOLD17267851.

The second was bought in Leeds for the draw date of Saturday, February 24, with the winning number of BLUE83004980.

For every Lotto line played, players automatically receive a Lotto Millionaire Raffle code printed on their ticket.

If you think you have potentially won the prize, click here for more details.

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