Wisconsin churches on alert amid hunt for gun theft suspect

Concerns about Jakubowski increased when a friend of his gave a copy of a 161-page manifesto to police and said Jakubowski sent a copy of it to the White House, according to the Associated Press. The video showed Jakubowski saying, "There it is you see it's getting shipped. Revolution. It's time for change".

The scene comes from a 15-minute video shot before Jakubowski disappeared last week and subsequently released by Rock County Sheriff officials.

Authorities say the suspect, Joseph Jakubowski, remains at large Monday, almost a week after the handguns and rifles were taken from a Janesville store.

"Here we go guys". The document, given to police by one of Jakubowski's "associates", was turned over to federal officials.

Jakubowski, 32, is wanted for breaking into a gun shop called Armageddon Supplies in his home town of Janesville, about 70 miles southwest of Milwaukee, on Tuesday, when several handguns and rifles were stolen, according to the Rock County Sheriff's Office.

Police responded to a report of a vehicle fire on Tuesday night.

"Despite extensive efforts, Jakubowski remains at large", Rock County Sheriff Robert D. Spoden announced in a press release.

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An alert was issued Monday for Wisconsin schools, citing a threat in the letter by Jakubowski to "unleash the stolen weapons" inside the buildings.

They say he also mailed his anti-religious and anti-government manifesto to President Trump.

Investigators have obtained a 161-page manifesto Jakubowski mailed to Trump.

Investigators have ruled out 400 of those tips. Secret Service, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

The FBI says they are now offering a $10,000 reward for any information that leads to the arrest of Jakubowski.

Police in Darlington said Sunday they received a report of a man matching Jakubowski's description looking inside a Catholic church, and then leaving in a dark SUV. Teenagers from Craig High School fished in the Rock River along Main Street while on spring break and businesses had their doors open.

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