Someone in the Easton area -- or at least someone who shops there -- is sitting on a $1 million lottery ticket.
The Pennsylvania Lottery says Ike's Exxon station in Wilson sold one of four $1 million tickets from the Jan. 5 drawing.
Workers at Ike's said Monday afternoon they had no idea who bought the ticket. The store -- and any retailer who sells a winning $1 million ticket -- gets a $5,000 bonus.
Whoever it was who won has a year to claim the prize at Pennsylvania Lottery headquarters in Dauphin County, the lottery said in a news release. The four winning numbers were 00023446, 00075876, 00158528 and 00222718.
The other three tickets were sold in Cumberland, Lycoming and Jefferson counties, the lottery said.