Joseph Allen Jakubowski, 32, is suspected of stealing firearms from a store after threatening to carry out attacks, in a manifesto sent to the White House.
The manifesto, portions of which WTMJ-TV in Milwaukee said it obtained and posted on its website, appears not to target anyone in particular but rather rails against a "system" that the writer says is skewed toward protecting its own interests while making "slaves" of people like him.
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Joseph Jakubowski has been the subject of a manhunt since the burglary April 4 at Armageddon Supplies near Janesville.
The FBI has also released images of Jakubowski's tattoos in order to help the public identify him.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has increased its reward for information leading to the location of Jakubowski to $20,000, the agency said in a joint statement with other law enforcement agencies on Tuesday.
While portions of the 161-page manifesto authorities say he mailed to the president have been leaked to the media, Rock County authorities said it's still be analyzed and they're not releasing it.
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Tips continue to flood the Rock County, Wisconsin Sheriff's Office on the possible whereabouts of fugitive Joseph Jakubowski. General tips and historical information can be reported to the FBI Tip Line: 1-800-CALLFBI (225-5324) or the Rock County Sheriff's Office Tip Line: 608-757-7911. Police say a person was recently arrested for that, and the incident was unrelated to Jakubowski: The suspect apparently had a stolen rifle and "for no apparent logic" threw it in the bushes outside a school to hide it.
Law enforcement officials have received 700 tips regarding Jakubowski and investigators are continuing to pursue about 130 of these tips.
"We just want him to give up". School is closed for spring break until Tuesday.
"Stop whatever you're doing, whatever you're thinking, put everything down and call 911", he said.
"I think we're probably the safest city in the nation". Last week, Spoden said Jakubowski also acquired a bullet-proof vest and helmet.
Police contacted Jakubowski's sister Thursday. While it at one point calls police and the military terrorists, the author also says he doesn't want to hurt anyone unless forced to do so.
Moore and Spoden said area lakes and rivers have been searched as well as abandoned or empty cottages and homes in the area where Jakubowski robbed Armaggedon Supplies and burned his auto on April 4.