Ipswich Winner of Powerball $50million jackpot is yet to claim prize

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The mystery winner of the $50million Powerball jackpot is still yet to come forward but the lucky shop where the ticket was bought has been revealed.

A Brisbane man and a Sydney father have already stepped forward to claim their share in the record breaking $150million lottery that was drawn on Thursday night.

But the final winning ticket, purchased at newsXpress Brassall, in Ipswich, Queensland wasn't registered to the player, giving the Lott's officials no way of tracking down the soon-to-be millionaire.

A Sydney dad woke up Friday morning and checked his ticket (pictured), discovering the life-changing news

A Sydney dad woke up Friday morning and checked his ticket (pictured), discovering the life-changing news 

'While we haven't been able to confirm the news with our mystery Ipswich winner, we can guarantee that when they discover the news, their life is going to change dramatically,' The Lott's spokeswoman Bronwyn Spencer said.

'Make sure you check your entry as soon as possible because you may not have to go to work on Monday. Instead, you could start planning how you can play by your own rules and begin your life as a newly-minted multi-millionaire.'

Devinder Bassie, owner of newsXpress Brassall, couldn't believe his store had sold the winning ticket.

'Oh my god! I can't believe it!' Mr Bassie said.

'Everyone has been wondering where it was sold and I can't wait to let everyone know it was us. 

'I'm hoping it is a local to the area and a regular customer but we are thrilled for whoever holds that winning ticket! 

'We can't wait to unite them with their prize!'  

The Sydney dad who won a share of the prize woke up Friday morning to discover the life-changing news. 

He said he was still trying to get his head around the fact he'd woken up a

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