Toby Cleasby missing from Wisconsin, car found near Altoona Dam

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Toby Cleasby

Toby Cleasby missing Wisconsin

Toby Cleasby, 53, is missing from Gilmanton, Wisconsin.  He was last seen leaving his house Monday around 5 p.m.  Cleasby didn’t show up for work on Tuesday, November 5, 2018.

His car was found November 7, in Eau Claire near North Shore Drive and Hotchkiss Road near the Altoona Dam.  Authorities searched the area but did not locate him.

The family is asking for the public’s help to look for him.  They have a search party organized for Sunday morning at 8 a.m. they’ll be meeting at Wagner’s Lanes in Eau Claire.

Description

Toby Cleasby is 5 feet 9 inches tall, 140 pounds with brown hair and eyes. He was last seen wearing jeans, a red sweatshirt and black ball-cap. Other special identifiers include tattoos, a unicorn on his left forearm and a phoenix on his right.

Anyone with information on Toby’s whereabouts is encouraged to contact the Buffalo County Sheriff’s Office at 608-685-4433.

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