Volunteers again turned up by the dozens with four-wheelers, horses and dirt bikes Tuesday, Oct. 6, as the search continues for 23-year-old Joe Brunn, the Monticello man who went missing from the Otsego area early Saturday morning.
Wright County Sheriff’s Office investigators and United Legacy – a private search and investigation firm started by the family of another Wright County missing man, Christopher Rossing – organized today’s canvassing of the area.
Check out this amazing video captured by the Elk River Star News, which showed dozens of riders heading out on four-wheeled ATV’s this morning:
Day 3 of volunteer search beginsDay 3 of the search for Joe Brunn, a 23-year-old Monticello man, began this morning first with the Wright County Sheriff’s office and then at about 10:30 a.m. with volunteer search efforts.The Wright County Sheriff’s Office in collaboration with United Legacy, a private firm, are coordinating the search efforts.Lt. Sean Deringer of the Wright County Sheriff’s Office has asked the residents of the Otsego, Monticello and Elk River areas to search their properties as well.“Open up your sheds and garages and anywhere someone seeking shelter might harbor themselves,” Deringer said, noting no foul play is suspected in this missing persons case.Searchers have been advised to be diligent, but respectful of people’s property as they are out searching.
Posted by Elk River Star News on Tuesday, October 6, 2015
The Brunn family is also asking for ANY information from people who were in the Boondox Bar area Saturday around closing time:
If you were at Boondox on Friday, October 2nd (to) anytime after midnight (Saturday morning), whether or not you think you have information regarding Joe Brunn’s disappearance, we would like your name and telephone number. We are overwhelmed with trying to keep up with Facebook posts and ask if you could please stop and leave that information with our designated person who is at our Search Headquarters at the Holiday Inn-Otsego. Our person is sitting in front of the trailer that is parked in the cul-de-sac. If you cannot report in person (our preferred method), please email me at Carla.brunn@Hotmail.com. If you have information and would like to make an anonymous tip, please call the Wright County Sheriff’s Department at (763) 682-7600. There is a $10,000 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Joe Brunn.