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Waterloo man claims $350,000 lottery prize

Published On: Apr 18 2014 09:46:11 AM CDT   Updated On: Apr 20 2014 10:22:07 AM CDT

MADISON, Wis. -

A Waterloo man has stepped forward as the winner of a $350,000 Wisconsin Lottery prize.

Juan Villegas bought the winning SuperCash ticket Saturday at Landmark Services Cooperative in Marshall, according to lottery officials. The ticket matched all six winning numbers.

After taxes, Villegas received a lump sum payment of $235,725.13.

In 2006, Villegas won the $28,000 Badger 5 jackpot. He bought that ticket at the same location.

Landmark Services Cooperative earns a $7,000 commission for selling the ticket.

The odds of winning the SuperCash top prize are approximately 1:1.6 million.

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