A massive manhunt was underway Sunday in search of a "highly-dangerous" Wisconsin man who U.S. authorities said robbed a gun shop and sent a lengthy manifesto to President Donald Trump.
The sheriff's office and Janesville police increased patrols near churches Sunday, although investigators said there was no specific threat.
After a man matching Jakubowski's description showed up at a local church asking odd questions on Thursday, Sunday services were canceled.
On the night of April 4, the 31-year-old suspect broke into the Armageddon Supplies gun shop in Janesville and carted away 16 firearms consisting of at least two assault rifles and several handguns. The FBI is also offering $10,000 for a tip that leads to Jakubowski's arrest. Police were later called to reports of a auto fire shortly after the burglary and discovered the vehicle belonged to the suspect.
Jakubowski's stepfather noted that he's anxious about law enforcement, saying the 32-year-old "hated police".
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Jakubowski "has been highly agitated recently regarding a variety of political issues" and had specifically threatened to use weapons to target government officials or "an unspecified school", the department said in a statement reported by The New York Times.
McNary also said he had spoken with an officer who said they did not believe the man was Jakubowski. He is believed to be armed and unsafe, and traveling with a bulletproof vest and helmet, according to authorities.
Spoden said the suspect had written a 161-page anti-government manifesto, which he had mailed to the White House the same day as the robbery. Investigators have said Jakubowski's manifesto details a long list of grievances against the government and law enforcement, and threatens attacks against schools and public officials.
"While we know he had a plan, we don't know what the endgame is", David Moore, Janesville police chief said.
The FBI also announced it was increasing the reward for information on Jakubowski's whereabouts from $10,000 to $20,000.
NBC News reports that a press conference was initiated by the police last Friday following the investigation. A short time later, his vehicle was found burned just a short distance from there.