Pennsylvania Lottery

EASTON, Pa. - An Easton convenience store was one of three stores that sold a Treasure Hunt lottery ticket that matched all five numbers drawn in a Nov. 28 drawing.

Friendly Food Mart on 4209 William Penn Highway in Easton, Northampton County sold one of the tickets, according to a Pennsylvania Lottery news release.

The numbers drawn were 03-05-09-21-23.

The other tickets were sold by Gerrity’s Supermarket, 702 S. Main Ave. in Scranton, Lackawanna County, and Snappy’s on 604 N. Front St. in Philipsburg, Centre County.

Each winning ticket is worth $34,333.50, less applicable withholding, according to the release. The prizes must be claimed and the tickets validated before winners can be identified.