Questions raised about Powerball jackpot winners

Questions are surfacing about the three men who claimed the $254 million Powerball jackpot.

The men, all money managers in Greenwich, had the check made out to a trust, rather than the men's names, fueling speculation that the men are actually claiming the money for a fourth person who doesn?t want to be named.

Adding to the speculation is why the men took a month to come forward to claim the winnings.

However, the owner of the store where the ticket was purchased says that he's confident that one of the men is a regular customer and that he sold the ticket to him.

Regit Sinh says either way, he's happy to have the $100,000 check that the store gets for selling the winning ticket.

CT Powerball jackpot winners step forwardPowerball ticket worth $254M sold in Fairfield County

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