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Lee Allan Rolfe, a 48-year-old registered sex offender, disappeared from his rural Garber, Iowa home on April 13, 2008.
He was reported missing to the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office in Elkader that same day.
Officials described Rolfe — aka “Rolfey Rolfe” — as a 5-foot-9 white male with blue eyes, brown hair, and weighing 230 pounds. Rolfe wears glasses, has a tattoo of Yosemite Sam on his upper left arm, and was on anti-depressant medication at the time of his disappearance.
He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a dark blue coat, a brown stocking cap and white tennis shoes.
Rolfe’s vehicle — a 4-door 1991 blue Pontiac Bonneville — was located at Davenport’s North Park Mall on April 19, and no one has been able to make contact with Rolfe since April 13.
He is considered a missing person and his information has been entered into the National Crime Information Center.
A DNA sample has been submitted and tests are complete. Fingerprint information also has been entered and is available.
If you have any information concerning Lee Allan Rolfe’s whereabouts, please contact Clayton County Sheriff Mike Tschirgi at firstname.lastname@example.org or 563-245-2422, or you may remain anonymous and call the Clayton County Tip Line at 563-245-1234.