Deputies searching for man who walked away from group home

PEPIN COUNTY, Wis. (WEAU)--Deputies in Pepin County are searching for a missing man. They say 33-year-old Bradley M. Windsor has been missing since Wednesday, after walking away from a group home just outside Durand. He was last seen on County Road V.

Deputies say Windsor has cognitive disabilties and a history of mental illness. He's believed to be without his medications and may be unstable.

Windsor is described as 6 feet tall, 250 pounds, black hair, brown eyes and facial hair.

You're asked to use caution if you see him.

Windsor is the same man was missing this past February. He was also arrested last year after officers say he pointed a gun at a school in Dunn County. He was arrested and the gun was later found to be a toy.

If you see him, call the Pepin County Sheriff's Department

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