Someone in the state of New Jersey drew Saturday's $429 million winning Powerball ticket, and now officials want that person to come forward.

New Jersey Lottery director. Carole Hedinger said that the winner should put the ticket in a safe place, come to lottery headquarters and get professional advice.

Of course, it is normal for big lottery winners to take some time to consult with others before coming forward.

The ticket was drawn at 7-11 in Trenton.

The $429 million ticket is the sixth-largest Powerball jackpot ever. It is the largest single jackpot winning ticket ever sold in New Jersey.