James Yoblonski’s disappearance has recently seemed to pique the public’s attention. All of them are using the Internet to investigate the case. They are all searching the web for information about their case. In this article, we will provide more information on James Yoblonski. We will also provide details about his disappearance, as there have been recent developments in the case. Stay tuned to find out more about James Yoblonski.
Who Is James Yoblonski?
Police from across the state gathered near Devil’s Lake State Park on Friday to continue the search for the 13 year old. Yoblonski left early Monday morning. He is said to have taken a family car to Baraboo, and since then has not been heard or seen. A temporary camping site was found near US 12 and Sauk Hill on Monday. On Tuesday, authorities tried to search the densely-forested area while it was raining. Chip Meister, the Sheriff of Montgomery County, stated in an interview with 27 News that “time is important” and more K-9s will be brought to search Wednesday. In addition, Black Hawks, helicopters, and other aircraft were used to search for Yoblonski.
Sauk County reducing police presence
James Yoblonski is a missing 13-year-old who is being sought by fewer agents of law enforcement because they believe he doesn’t want to be located. According to Patrol Lieutenant Steven Schram, the Sauk County Sheriff’s Office’s search for Yoblonski on Friday turned up a second camp, a water jug, socks and a knife sheath. Schram believes that the findings of today provide more evidence that Yoblonski may be trying to elude searches and live as a survivor in Baraboo Bluffs. Today and Saturday, fewer officers will begin searching for the Reedsburg teenager.
We feel that our presence could push him away because there are no squads in front of Schram. Schram stated that they were taking this into consideration. He may be trying to hide from us in order to achieve his goal of living off the grid. Police say that Yoblonski can still get food and water. They are currently looking to continue their search through the weekend and next week. James was last seen wearing blue trousers and an unidentified shirt. He also wore red sneakers and an unidentified cap. If you think you have seen James, please contact the Sauk County Sheriff’s Office by calling 608-356 4895.