Updated November 3, 2015: The search for Bruce Windorski has ended. Bruce’s wife has announced today that he has been located safe and he will be heading home.
Bruce Windorski is a U.S. Army Veteran who was last seen in Gillett, Wisconsin on October 17, 2015. Bruce’s wife thought that he was going to a meeting with friends when he left his home, but she later learned that the meeting was never scheduled. Bruce Windorski was last seen leaving in his grey in color 2003 Dodge Durango with Menominee Nation License Plate A9658. There has been no credit card activity or cell phone activity detected since October 18, 2015. Bruce Windorski’s cell phone was last used in the area in or around Thornfield Township in Ozark County, Missouri. Bruce served as an Army Ranger and is considered by those that know him to be an avid outdoorsman.
According to the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Bruce Windorski suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and has not been taking his medications.
Bruce Windorski is 40 years old as of the date he went missing in October 2015. Bruce Windorski is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs approximately 238 pounds. Bruce Windorski has green/hazel eyes and dark brown hair. Bruce Windorski has tattoos (see images below) on his upper back (The text “Abnormal”), upper left arm, right leg, and right foot. While Bruce Windorski usually has facial hair, he shaved right before he went missing. Bruce Windorski was last seen wearing a red in color Shawano baseball cap.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Bruce Windorski, contact the Gillett Police Department at 920-855-2125 reference case # G15-01313
Update 24 October 2214 HRS – We removed a photo from the gallery below after learning the photo was not of Bruce. We also revised photos we are sharing if they included that photo. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.