A surveillance camera in an Exxon gas station in Prince George's County, shows that the second winner in Wednesday's Powerball drawing could be a man whose ticket was purchased 2,500 miles away in Arizona.
The man, who is African American and was dressed in a neon uniform often worn by highway crews, is shown on the tape learning that he has won. In doing so, he'd excitedly asked the cashier to check his ticket.
"He said, 'man [are] these the numbers,' and I said 'yes you've got them all,'" said the unidentified clerk. The man then jubilantly exits the store, only to return moments later, saying he forgot purchase gas for his vehicle.
While no one was able to provide his name, reports state it's believed he lives in the local Maryland area. The man could also be a member of the military -- which would explain how he bought the ticket in Arizona before returning to Maryland.
Meanwhile, the first person -- who lives in Missouri—came forward on Thursday to claim their split of the $587.5 million jackpot.
Sources: WJLA, New York Post