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Check your tickets: Two lottery tickets worth $10,000 set to expire

WEST COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

Time is running out to claim two Mega Millions tickets sold for the Friday, May 25 drawing worth $10,000 each.  The winning tickets were sold in West Columbia and Orangeburg. 

In addition to the two unclaimed $10,000 tickets, the May 25 Mega Millions drawing produced one $40,000 winning ticket that has been claimed. 

If you purchased a Mega Millions ticket from Bi-Lo #615 at 2349 Augusta Rd. in West Columbia or the Sai Mart at 108 Whitaker Pkwy. in Orangeburg this past May, you should check your tickets.

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