By Tim Jimenez

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FAIRLESS HILLS, Pa. (CBS) – A week after “Lady Luck” brought more than a half-a-billion dollars to Powerball players in Arizona and Missouri, she paid a visit to Bucks County on Wednesday afternoon.

Pennsylvania lottery officials confirm a Powerball jackpot-winning ticket, worth $50 million, was sold in a Fairless Hills store. The lucky ticket matched all of the white balls, 13-17-19-27-38, and the red Powerball 12.

The winner has yet to come forward but there was a buzz at the shop where it was sold.

“Sometimes we talk, me and the people working here, that we sell so many lottery tickets but we never had a big winner. And here comes the day when we have a big winner,” said Rakesh “Rocky” Raina, owner of Levittown News & Tobacco, which is in a shopping center on Oxford Valley Road.

Raina has owned the store since 1995 and runs it with his family. Thursday wasn’t an average work day, as a lottery official came calling bright and early.

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“Your store sold the winning ticket,” the official told Raina.

“I couldn’t believe it and said, ‘Are you lying?’ She said, ‘No, no, not at 7 o’clock in the morning,” Raina explains.

Raina isn’t sure who the big winner is but thinks it was a regular customer because the jackpot was relatively small compared to the record-breaking jackpots that bring in many casual players. Lottery officials said the ticket was sold between 12:45 and 1 p.m. Wednesday.

“We are happy we have a new millionaire here in our area! We hope it’s somebody who needs the money – and it’s Christmas time!” Raina said.

Raina gets a $100,000 bonus for selling the ticket. He said he will share with his family, friends and customers and is also planning on throwing a party.

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