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Puiblic asked to check for signs of missing man

Crow Wing County Sheriff Todd Dahl reminds the public that the search for 27-year-old Jesse James Larson, who has been missing since June 21, is still active and ongoing. The Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office, Minnesota DNR, the Larson family, and volunteers from the Central Lakes Search and Rescue, have conducted numerous searches of the area around Larson’s last known whereabouts north of Crosby in Perry Lake Township.

On June 29, the family of Jesse Larson reported that the black lab, “Annie,” that was believed to be with Larson, returned to the family farm. No other viable leads have developed on this case.

Sheriff Dahl is once again asking members the public for the help in checking their property for signs of Jesse Larson. Jesse Larson is described as a white male, 5’ 9” tall, 175 lbs with brown hair. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a t-shirt and brown work boots. He also has a Ducks Unlimited tattoo on the underside of his right forearms and a shotgun shell tattoo on the underside of his left forearm.

Any information should be forwarded to the Crow Wing County Sheriff’s office at 218-829-4749.

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