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Police Hunt for Gun Store Burglary Suspect Who Sent Trump Manifesto
21 April 2017, 04:47 | Erica Roy
Schools close amid Wisconsin manhunt for gun theft suspect
"Basically he's angry at all government officials", said Rock County Sheriff Robert Spoden.
Jakubowski, 32 and a convicted felon, is suspected of stealing 16 firearms from a gun store in in Janesville, Wisconsin.
Police searching for a Wisconsin man considered armed and risky stepped up patrols on Sunday at churches near his home because of anti-religious views expressed in a manifesto he sent to U.S. President Donald Trump, officials said.
Sun Prairie police said Sunday afternoon that a suspicious person seen at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in that city on Thursday afternoon was not Jakubowski.
About 30 minutes after the break-in at the Armageddon Gun Shop last week, Jakubowski's station wagon was found on fire, the result of arson, the sheriff's department said in a statement.
"All local, state and federal agencies continue to be involved in this search and additional resources have come in from Chicago and Minneapolis/St. Paul Minnesota", the Rock County Sheriff's Office said.
Dozens of law enforcement officers, including Federal Bureau of Investigation agents, were already searching for Jakubowski.
Reports also show Jakubowski made threats to use the weapons against unspecified public officials and schools. Police think he also has a bulletproof vest and helmet.
Authorities alerted school districts to notify them about Jakubowski.
The sheriff's office says Jakubowski expressed anti-religious views in the 161-page manifesto that he apparently sent to the White House.
Joseph Jakubowski had reportedly discussed a plan to steal weapons and attack public officials or schools in response to perceived injustices he believes he's been the victim of.
According to the Darlington Police Department Facebook page, a man resembling Jakubowski was spotted outside a local church Sunday morning.
Authorities say Jakubowski has had multiple run-ins with the law and should be considered armed and extremely unsafe.
Also Tuesday, police said Jakubowski may have shaved his head, releasing an image showing the suspect without hair. He has long harbored anti-police attitudes, his stepfather said, and may be trying to provoke an officer into killing him, according to NBC News.
Jakubowski is described as 5ft 10 inches tall and weighs around 200lbs.
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