Moore told reporters Jakubowski has a prior record, even having served time in prison, but he said the anti-government, revolution talk “is a new element” of Jakubowski’s personality previously unknown to everyone in the law enforcement community.
The guns were stolen from the Armageddon Gun Shop on Tuesday evening, the same night Moore said he burned his vehicle.
A person described as an “associate” of Jakubowski’s warned police of the plans to rob the gun store and then participate in some sort of “unspecified attack.” It was from this associate that authorities discovered a copy of the 161-page manifesto, allegedly written by Jakubowski. It is now in possession of federal authorities, who are conducting analysis for clues.
“I can tell you that we don’t know where Mr. Jakubowski is,” Sheriff Moore said. “He could be around Janesville. He could be around Rock County. He may not even be in Wisconsin.”
Out of an abundance of caution and until he is found, Moore has at least 150 law enforcement personnel from the local, state and federal level searching approximately a dozen locations in the hopes if finding the wanted man. A $10,oo0 reward is being offered for information leading to his arrest.
Jakubowski is said to 32 years old, 5 feet, 10 inches tall with green eyes and brown hair. It is believed he acquired a bulletproof vest and other tactical gear during his time on the run.