A village in Co Meath is searching for its second Lotto winner in just six months.
The €3.9 million winning ticket was sold in Bowe's EuroSpar in Duleek for last Saturday's draw.
Residents are no strangers to Lotto success, following another €8.9 million jackpot win last October.
Newstalk's Henry McKean went for Moncrieff to try and track down the new winner.
One person told him this is great news for the town.
"The second win in Duleek," she said.
"We'd more winners - years ago we had other winners on 'Winning Streak'".
Asked if there was something magic in the air, she said: "I'd say there is - definitely yes".
Another woman said she would "get out of this country [to] Australia" if she had won.
One man said he would spend the money on "homicide and debauchery - like a purge".
"TV licence, that'd be the first thing I'd do - get a TV licence, very important".
He said the entire town 'will have won' by the time the winner comes forward.
"We're going to hear all the stories of who it was and who it wasn't," he said.
"Half the village will have won the Lotto by the time the person has come forward".
'Best of luck to them'
One woman laughed that she would 'pay the ESB bill' with the winnings.
"Whoever won it, best of luck to them, is all I can say," another man said.
"It's great to see it; fairly often it happens here".
Asked if he was the winner, the man replied: "No, no - would I be going around like this if I was?"
'They made contact last night'
Fran Whearty, from the National Lottery, said the winning ticket holder has made contact.
"We certainly didn't get lost on the way up here," he said.
"We knew exactly where to come after having a win just before Christmas.
"It's €3.9 million - it's life-changing to the winner, life-changing to the family.
"They made contact with us late last night, so as you can imagine they're probably in a little bit of shock still.
"They're probably going to take a couple of weeks, get some legal advice [and] financial guidance before they actually claim their prize.
"We'll be there to help them every step of the way," he added.
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