Despite two arrests and a possible break in the case with new information from witnesses last month, the Wright County Sheriff’s Office has yet to find 25-year-old Christopher Michael Rossing of Albion Township.
Rossing’s sister, interviewed by Twin Cities media after two people accused of kidnapping Rossing the night of Aug. 26 were arrested, said she suspects “foul play was definitely involved.”
Today, the Wright County Sheriff’s Office and Sheriff Joe Hagerty released this statement, requesting for public help finding the missing man:
The Wright County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the assistance of the public in locating Christopher Michael Rossing. On August 26 2014 Christopher Rossing, age 25 of Albion Township, was reported missing. Rossing was last seen frequenting several bars in the City of Howard Lake during the early morning hours of Saturday August 23rd. At the time of his disappearance Christopher Rossing was wearing a white t-shirt, dark pants, and dark shoes.
The Wright County Sheriff’s Office has made two arrests in connection with Christopher Rossing’s disappearance. Robert Nuttal, 28 of Hutchinson, was arrested on kidnapping charges and Gwen Butcher, 32 of Hutchinson was arrested on felony obstructing charges.
The Sheriff’s Office is requesting those farmers, hunters, and the general public in the area to keep a vigilant eye out for the possible whereabouts of Christopher Rossing. Anyone with information about the disappearance of Christopher Rossing, including the involvement of Nuttall or Butcher in that disappearance, is requested to please contact the Sheriff’s Office at 763-682-7637.