One Pennsylvania Lottery jackpot-winning Cash 5 ticket was sold in York County, according to a news release.
Two Cash 5 tickets that were each worth more than $371,000 from the Friday, Feb. 22 drawing were sold at the Smoker's Express, 110 Old York Road in New Cumberland, and at Hess, 3640 Route 309 in Orefield, Lehigh County.
Each store will get a $500 bonus for selling a winning ticket, according to the release.
The tickets matched all five balls to win a jackpot of $371,418.50, minus 25 percent federal withholding, the release said.
The last time the Smoker's Express in York sold a big winning ticket was about five or six years ago when someone purchased a ticket with a $104,000 prize, said Beth Messner, store manager.
The person who bought that ticket returned and shared money with the store employees, she said.
The recent winning ticket was purchased on Friday, Feb. 22, said Messner.
Another ticket sold at Hess, 4002 Chestnut Street in Emmaus, Lehigh County, correctly matched all five balls to win the $225,000 jackpot.
The identities of winners cannot be confirmed until the prizes are claimed and tickets are validated.
Winning ticket holders are encouraged to sign the back of the ticket, call the Lottery at 702-8146, and file a claim at any of the Lottery's seven offices or at their headquarters in Middletown, Dauphin County.
The Pennsylvania Lottery awarded more than $103 million in prizes to winners in Lehigh and York counties in the 2011-12 fiscal year.