#MISSING: Nicholas P. Moen, 30 - West Baraboo, WISCONSIN (may be driving a gray 1997 Toyota Camry with WI plate 967-FUD - didn't take his personal belongings - known to frequent casinos near Lake Delton and Black River Falls)

The Sauk County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help to locate 30-year-old Nicholas P. Moen, of West Baraboo, who was last seen nearly two weeks ago.
On May 11th, the Sheriff's Office was requested to conduct a welfare check on Mr. Moen in the Village of West Baraboo, after a disciplinary action at his workplace in Lake Delton.  Attempts to contact Moen were not successful.  Additional attempts since the 11th, have also been unsuccessful.  Authorities do not believe Nicholas Moen has returned to his apartment at any time during that period.
An investigation of Mr. Moen's apartment revealed he is not in possession of his cell phone or other personal items one would common carry while traveling.  Family members of Moen's say they haven't had any contact with him.
Nicholas Moen is known to frequent the casinos near Lake Delton and Black River Falls, and he is described as having a gambling problem.
Authorities describe Moen as 5'8", 150 lbs, with blonde hair and blue eyes. Mr. Moen may be driving a gray 1997 Toyota Camry, with the Wisconsin license plate 967-FUD.
Anybody with information is asked to contact the Sauk County Sheriff's Office at 608-355-3233.  People who wish to remain anonymous, can call Sauk County Crime Stoppers at 1-888-TIP-SAUK, or reach them on Twitter at @CrimeSauk, or through the Sauk County Crime Stoppers Facebook account.
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