STEVENS POINT - Stevens Point police want to find a man a teenager claims approached him for sexual activity Wednesday morning.
The 17-year-old was fishing near the paper mill on the city's southwest side at Wisconsin and Wood streets around 11 a.m. when the man approached him. The teen says the man did not touch him, only talked with him.
The man is described as an older white man with gray hair and a beard, possibly missing teeth.
The man was wearing a gray t-shirt, khaki shorts, and riding a blue bike.
If you have any information, call Stevens Point PD at 715-346-1500 or message the SPPD via Facebook at this link.
RHINELANDER - Salvation Army organizations across the country set out their red buckets and bells, including spots right in the Northwoods.
However, the local Mincoqua, Tomahawk and Rhinelander Salvation Armies are short of volunteers in the coming week.
Kettle Coordinator Kim Swisher said that last year, Rhinelander's Salvation Army surpassed their goal of $40,000 with help from volunteers. So this year, the organization is amping up the goal after raising $52,000 in 2018.
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