Tuolumne County Sheriff calls for public’s help in missing person case

Tuolumne County Sheriff calls for public’s help in missing person case

Originally published 3-9-20 via Facebook by the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office:

“Every Monday, Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office highlights a missing person case we are still working to solve. The goal is to bring a case a week to the forefront of everyone’s focus in attempt to get more/newer leads. By picking one day a week (Monday), we provide consistency to our followers which increases the chances of shares and exposure for each case.

Today’s case is from 2000. William Taylor Kaminskas was reported missing by his wife after he did not return to their houseboat from fishing on Lake Don Pedro on 7/1/00. Deputies were able to find William’s fishing boat along the shoreline of Lucas Bay, east of Fleming Meadows. Inside the boat was William’s two dogs and his wallet but William was not around. An extensive search of the area was conducted by the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office and the United States Coast Guard without success. William was described as 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing approximately 160 pounds with brown hair and green eyes.

Detectives are still searching for information and are asking for the publics help. Anyone with information urged to contact the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Investigation Division at (209)694-2900.”

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Tuolumne County Sheriff calls for public’s help in missing person case was last modified: March 11th, 2020 by admin
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