Transcript for Powerball Jackpot: Arizona Winner Still Hasn't Claimed Winnings
the search goes on for the holder of the second winning ticket for that record powerball jackpot. A couple in missouri came forward yesterday to claim their share of the prize. A cool $136 million after taxes. Abc's alex perez has the story. Reporter: Meet the family that has 293 million reasons to smile this morning. I called my husband. Said I was going to have a heart attack. Reporter: Two years ago, mark hill and his wife, cindy, were both unemployed. Today, they are powerball jackpot millionaires. The second-largest in lottery history. We're still stunned by what's happened. It's surreal. Reporter: The hills accepted their giant check friday, with three sons and adopted daughter, jaden, at the same high school in dearborn, missouri, where the couple first met, nearly four decades ago. We remember when they were high school sweethearts. Wish I had been nicer to them when they were kids. Reporter: The numbers, collected by quick pick. E following day, mark called from his job at a hot dog packing plant and claimed the prize. But the big question remains, who bought that second winning ticket in arizona? No one has come forward yet. But the answer may lie all the way across the country, in maryland. This video shows a man in a golden vest, apparently with a golden ticket, as well. The clerk and customers say the ticket did have the winning numbers. And that it was from arizona. But the guy bolted before he could make sure. Is this the right numbers? I looked down. Yeah, that's the numbers. You got them all. Reporter: As that mystery deepens, back in dearborn, the hills are looking ahead. Mark and cindy plan on taking a lump sum, $136.5 million. And starting college funds for their grandchildren, nieces and nephews. But jaden has something else in mind. Jaden, what did you want for christmas? A pony. Reporter: For "good morning america," alex perez, abc news, dearborn, missouri.
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