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Search of Latham Road property fails to locate missing person
Police line do not cross

STAR VALLEY - Over the past several months, the Onalaska Police Department has extensively investigated the disappearance of Tyler D. Henry. Mr. Henry was last seen in Onalaska, Wisconsin, on Wednesday, September 2, 2020. 

As the investigation continues to evolve, information was received that Mr. Henry has family ties to Ronald Nash and his property on Latham Road in the Township of Utica, in rural Crawford County, Wisconsin. 

Based on Mr. Henry’s family ties and other information, the Onalaska Police Department, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Wisconsin Department of Justice State Crime Lab, K9 Handlers, and Crawford County Sheriff’s Department jointly worked together to search Mr. Nash’s property and adjoining neighboring properties for any signs of Mr. Henry. As a result of the search, Mr. Henry wasn’t located. 

Mr. Nash and adjoining neighboring property owners were all very cooperative and willingly granted law enforcement personnel consent to search their properties. Mr. Nash nor adjoining property owners are suspected of having any involvement in the disappearance of Mr. Henry. 

The Onalaska Police Department continues to seek information pertaining to the disappearance of Tyler D. Henry. Anyone having information related to his disappearance are asked to contact the Onalaska Police Department at 608-782-7575 or their local law enforcement agencies.