Manhunt Underway For Armed Wisconsin Man

According to the Janesville Police Department, there was no specific threat to any particular church or religious group in the manifesto written by Joseph Jakubowski, but as a precaution, the Rock County Sheriff's Office and Janesville Police Department will be keeping a close watch.

Authorities are looking for Joseph A. Jakubowski, 32, who they say burglarized the Armageddon Gun Shop in Janesville, Wisconsin, on April 4.

Jakubowski allegedly stole at least 16 "high end" guns from a Janesville, Wisconsin gun shop last week possibly in preparation for some sort of attack.

Sun Prairie Police say last Thursday, a man matching Joseph Jakubowski's description came to Bethlehem Lutheran Church asking odd questions, specifically about turning away parishioners.

Police released a video Jakubowski allegedly posted to Facebook that shows a man mailing a large envelope clearly addressed to Trump and the White House.

On Tuesday night, police responded to a report of a auto fire near the burglarized gun shop and discovered the burned vehicle belonged to Jakubowski.

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Investigators have obtained a manifesto Jakubowski mailed to Trump. He also obtained a bulletproof vest and helmet, while a burned vehicle registered under his name was found in the area he went missing. In the video he says "There it is you see it's getting shipped".

The Rock County Sheriff's Office said Monday "additional federal resources have been brought in" from around the country to search for Jakubowski but provided few details. Wisconsin authorities are focusing their search on churches across the state and say he is armed and risky. The FBI has announced a $10,000 reward to anyone with information leading to Jabukowsi's arrest.

The Darlington police department is warning residents to be cautious after receiving a report of a suspicious person matching the description of a wanted fugitive.

Jakubowski is believed to be armed and unsafe, so anyone who sees him should call police and not approach him.

The Southern Wisconsin Emergency Preparedness Team (SWEPT), a local, non-profit organization that provides support services to law enforcement, firefighters, EMS, emergency management and other agencies in Rock County, has been brought in to assist in coordinating food and other supplies for investigators.

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