Humboldt man missing, investigation and search underway

By: Matt Scher, [email protected]

Humboldt, IA – A Humboldt man went missing over the Thanksgiving weekend and local authorities say that he is still not been found.

According to news release from the Humboldt Police Department, 46-year-old Brian Michael Case of Humboldt was reported missing on Saturday, Nov. 25 at 10:42 a.m.

Through an investigation, the Humboldt Police Department learned that Case was last heard from during the afternoon on Wednesday, Nov. 22.

The Humboldt Police Department verified that at the time Case was reported missing, with Case and his vehicle not at his Humboldt residence. At the time of the press release, Brian had not returned to his home and there is currently no evidence of foul play. Humboldt Police say, however; that their initial investigation suggests that Case may be endangered.

Authorities say that Case is originally from Des Moines and may frequent private Fort Dodge and Des Moines area residences. Case’s vehicle may be parked on a residential street, or business parking lot.

Case is a 46-year-old white male; 5’9” tall, weighs 170 pounds, and has short red hair. He has tattoos on both biceps, under his right forearm, and on his right wrist.

Case’s personal vehicle is a red 2004 Buick Rainier with Iowa registration MQB394. The investigation is currently open and anyone with further information is encouraged to call the Humboldt Police Department at (515) 332-2600.