Search for North Warren man missing since Friday continues
A search is underway for a North Warren man reportedly missing since Friday evening.
Local agencies have been searching for Dan Wolboldt since at least Sunday.
Wolboldt was last seen at the North Warren Community Center on Church Street.
He is described as a white male, 69 years old, 5 feet 10 inches tall, 210 pounds, with short graying hair. He was last seen wearing glasses, a white, short-sleeve polo shirt with a black insignia at the left chest, a dark-colored parka with a long black patch along the bottom of the back, black pants, and black leather zip-up boots.
Police said Wolboldt’s family contacted them to report him missing at 9:12 p.m. Saturday.
Conewango Township Police, North Warren Volunteer Fire Department, Glade Volunteer Fire Department, and the City of Warren Fire Department were involved in the search, according to Conewango Township Police Chief Jason Peters.
Wolboldt is scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 13 of North Warren.
Since 8:30 p.m. Sunday, the Chief Cornplanter Council’s social media site has been active regarding Wolboldt’s missing status. A number of people posting expressed a willingness to join in a search or otherwise assist.
According to posts made by the council, authorities have asked that volunteers not “interfere” with the investigation.
Cornplanter Council District Executive Ernie Crawford said there is no volunteer search organized or approved by the council
Scout officials did search the buildings at Camp Olmsted, the council’s scout camp, according to Crawford.
“We went up and made sure he wasn’t up there,” Crawford said Monday.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Conewango Township Police, 726-0725.