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CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa.

-- A winning Powerball lottery ticket sold in Cumberland County last year was set to expire Thursday.But just hours before the deadline, Lottery officials announced that a winner came forward.Two weeks ago, News 8 first reported that Pennsylvania Lottery officials were asking players to check their old tickets.IMAGES: See Store Where Ticket Was PurchasedPennsylvania Lottery officials announced Wednesday that the winner is Brenda Stover, of New Cumberland.

Her ticket was validated Wednesday morning.Winning Ticket Stuffed In Old ShoeboxOn May 28, 2008, Stover bought the ticket at the Karns grocery store in Mechanicsburg.

Two weeks ago, Stover's husband saw on the news that there was an unclaimed prize.

So, Brenda checked her shoebox of old tickets.One of them matched five of five white balls.Stover took the ticket to a lottery retailer on May 22, where they confirmed it was the $400,000 winning ticket.

The ticket was mailed to lottery headquarters in Middletown where officials confirmed Stover as the winner."We just encourage players to please check your tickets," said Ed Trees, a Pennsylvania Lottery representative.

"The lottery certainly does not want any prize, especially a prize of this size, to go unclaimed."So far, Stover is not doing interviews and she chose not to do a public check presentation.

It is still unclear why her ticket was stuffed in an old shoebox for a year.ARCHIVE: Lottery Misprint Costs Couple $500,000Previous Story:May 15, 2009: $400K Lottery Ticket Remains UnclaimedCopyright 2009 by WGAL.com.

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