Police looking for missing Lac du Flambeau man

Police are looking for a missing man in Lac du Flambeau, considered to be in danger, according to an alert.

Antonio Monserra Roché, 24, was reported missing on Sunday by his father. He was last seen on May 5 wearing a grey sweatshirt and jeans. 

"Search teams with K-9 units have indicated there may have been a presence at area lakes, and search teams are investigating all possibilities," according to a news release.

"Mr. Roché is not considered a danger to anyone," Sgt. Mark Giebudowski, Lac du Flambeau Police Department, said.

He’s about 6 feet tall and 190 pounds, and has a tattoo of his last name on his left forearm.

If you have any information, you’re asked to give the Lac du Flambeau Tribal Police Department a call: 715-588-7717.

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