UPDATE: A missing Kenosha man was last seen in the Schulte Park area; residents urged to check home cameras | Local News
Kenosha police continue to ask for the community’s help in locating a 64-year-old man who has been missing since Sunday afternoon.
According to an update posted to the police department’s website Wednesday, Jeffrey O’Connor was last seen at 3:30 p.m. Sunday in the Schulte Park area, 4400 87th Place. Authorities are encouraging area residents to check any cameras they may have that may have captured his image.
O’Connor has been missing for about 3 p.m. Sunday, according to Kenosha Police Department Lt. Joe Nosalik. Nosalik said the man’s wife reported him missing early Monday afternoon. He had left his home on foot and had taken nothing with him.
A photo taken Sunday afternoon from a doorbell camera at a residence shows him wearing what appears to be a dark hooded jacket, gray or light blue pants and white shoes. According to Nosalik, the man has no known medical conditions.
Authorities conducted a search Monday in the surrounding neighborhoods of Kenosha and Pleasant Prairie and a nearby wooded area and included the deployment of a drone. The search continued on Tuesday, but he has not yet been found, Nosalik said.
Anyone who has seen him or has information related to the search should contact the police department at 262-605-5203.
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