The Ohio Lottery says it's the most valuable lottery ticket ever sold in the state.
Lottery officials have gone to the northwest Ohio convenience store where someone bought the sole ticket matching all six numbers in last night's 267 million dollar Mega Millions drawing. The machine at the Main Stop in Lyons selected the numbers.
A lottery spokeswoman says so far, no one has come forward with the winning ticket, though the Toledo office did get a call from someone claiming to have won.
The manager of the company that owns the store says the news has set the small farming town of Lyons abuzz. It's 26 miles west of Toledo, near the Ohio-Michigan line.
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