Victor of $533M Mega Millions jackpot comes forward

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Wahl will receive the cash option of about $317 million after taxes, and will remain as a production manager for AAK Food Service in Hillsborough, N.J., helping the company through a transition that took him to New Jersey last July.

The New Jersey victor of Mega Millions' $533 million jackpot from March 31 was revealed at state lottery headquarters in Trenton on Friday as 47-year-old Richard Wahl.

Wahl was joined Friday by New Jersey Lottery Acting Executive Director John M. White, and Acting State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio.

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Wahl says he plans to retire.

It was just the fourth time the jackpot has surpassed the $500 million mark, lottery officials have said.

The sole winning ticket for the March 30 jackpot was sold at a Lukoil station in Riverdale, New Jersey.

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In a message photographed April 1, 2018, the owner of the Lukoil gas station and mini-mart on New Jersey 23 in Riverdale, N.J., is hoping lottery customers will think the store's Mega Millions luck will rub off on them.

He wouldn't disclose what city in MI, but he's a native to the mitten who was just moved to New Jersey in July for his work.

That drawing was two weeks ago.

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The jackpot was the biggest ever in New Jersey. Today, 44 states participate along with Washington D.C. and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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