UPDATE: Missing Green Bay man found dead

UPDATE: Missing Green Bay man found dead

UPDATE: 10:15 a.m.; March 13th, 2015

The Green Bay Police say the missing man that they issued a silver alert about on Thursday has been found dead.

Philip Jeanquart, 68, was found at about 5:30 p.m. Central time Thursday near Suring, Wisconsin. Police say a Suring-area resident called to say that an unfamiliar car was on his property.

The Oconto County Sheriff’s Department responded and determined that it was Jeanquart’s car. His dog, Ruby, was in the car, but Jeanquart himself was not. A short time later, officers found Jeanquart’s body nearby in a wooded area.

The incident and the cause of his death are still under investigation. However, the Green Bay Police say there are no signs of foul play.


UPDATE: 9:15 a.m.; March 13th, 2015

The Green Bay Police Department has cancelled the silver alert that it issued for a missing man.

Police say that Philip Jeanquart, 68, has been found. However, there’s no word about what condition he was in when he was found, or about where or when he was located.

Officers say they should be able to release more information sometime later today.


GREEN BAY, Wisc. — A Silver Alert has been issued for a Green Bay man.

The Green Bay Police Department says 68-year-old Philip Jeanquart has been missing for the past two days. He was last seen traveling eastbound on County Trunk Highway K about 3 miles from the Michigan border. That road becomes Chalk Hill Road when it crosses the Menominee River.

Jeanquart is driving a gray 2008 Buick Lucerne with Wisconsin Plates 854-WMN. He is also traveling with his dog Ruby. She’s a Shi tzu, and Jeanquart’s family says the pair are inseparable. Jeanquart is believed to be suffering from a cognitive impairment, possibly dementia.

Any one with information on Jeanquart’s whereabouts should call the Green Bay Police Department at 920-448-3200.