One lucky person bought a winning Palmetto Cash 5 lottery ticket worth $200,000 at a Summerville grocery store, lottery officials said.
The person who matched all five numbers in Tuesday’s drawing has not yet come forward, S.C. Education Lottery spokeswoman Holli Armstrong said.
The top $100,000 reward doubled because the ticket holder paid an extra fee to “Power-Up” the prize, Armstrong said.
The unknown winner bought the ticket at a Piggly Wiggly store, 1605 Central Ave, Armstrong said.
That person has 180 days from Tuesday to claim the prize, Armstrong said.
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