A winning California Lottery MEGA Millions ticket worth more than $300,000 was recently purchased at a market in San Francisco.

The ticket is worth $301,748 after it matched five of six numbers in Friday night’s drawing. The ticket was bought at the Kum Luen Market located at 1265 Stockton St., according to lottery officials.

The winning numbers on the ticket were 23, 1, 38, 22, and 10. Only the Mega number, 19, did not match on the ticket, according to lottery officials.

Another ticket with the same five winning numbers was purchased in Redlands, a city in Southern California, and is worth the same amount. A ticket in Texas matched all six numbers, and the winner will take home the $144 million jackpot.

Winning lottery tickets must be claimed within 180 days of the drawing.

The California Lottery wants to remind winners to sign the back of their tickets, keep the tickets in a safe place, and contact lottery officials or visit a local lottery district office as soon as possible.

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