MIDDLETOWN, Pa. - If you recently bought a Cash 5 lottery ticket in Berks County, check your numbers.
A jackpot-winning ticket worth $800,000 was bought at the Turkey Hill convenience store on Paper Mill Road in Spring Township, the Pennsylvania Lottery announced Friday.
The ticket correctly matched all five balls --12-16-21-38-43 -- that were drawn Thursday, according to lottery officials.
The ticket-holder has one year from the drawing date to claim the prize, which can be done by filing a claim at Pennsylvania Lottery headquarters in Middletown, Dauphin County, or at any one of the lottery's seven area offices.
More than 59,500 other Cash 5 tickets won prices of various amounts in Thursday's drawing.
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