Beloit police seeking to check on welfare of missing man

BELOIT (WKOW) — Beloit police are looking for Nathan Bertelsen to check on his welfare.

Bertelsen, 32, is a white mail, 5’11", 160 lbs, brown hair, hazel eyes, according to a police Facebook post.

Police don’t know what he was wearing when he left.

Bertelsen was last seen Monday night in his home and he left sometime overnight.

It is unknown if he walked or a friend picked him up but he does not drive. If anyone comes in contact with Bertelsen is asked to call 757-2244.



More News

Wednesday high temps to be 10-15° below average in southern Wisconsin

Wednesday high temps to be 10-15° below average in southern Wisconsin

 MADISON (WKOW) – A cold front brought widespread showers and a few storms Tuesday afternoon, but that system is

Connect With 27 News
Top Stories

7 establishments in Dane Co. close doors amid fears of ICE officers, 20 arrested

Latino Chamber of Commerce said they believe about seven businesses have had to shut their doors because not enough employees

Fire damages town of Sun Prairie apartment

Several people can't stay in their home Tuesday night after an apartment fire in the town of Sun Prairie.

Black Earth community looks to FEMA for help after flooding

It's a new normal for many people in the Village of Black Earth, one month after record flooding damaged many

I-39/90 expansion ahead of schedule

Good news for drivers in southern Wisconsin. Governor Scott Walker announced in Milton on Tuesday that the work along I-39/90

Walker outraises Evers in August, has more money on hand

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Republican Gov. Scott Walker has outraised opponent Tony Evers in August, despite an influx of cash

Scroll to top
Skip to content