UPDATE: Police have Dylan L. Wilber in custody.
They report that,at 12:05 PM Today, multiple officers from the Police Department responded to a home in the 1200 Block of Ninth St where Mr. Wilbur was reported to be staying. As a precaution, several area schools were put on lock down as officers took Wilber into custody without incident. Once in custody the lock down was lifted and roads reopened; the scene was cleared at 12:40 PM.
Police continue their search for a suspect they believe to be armed and dangerous.
The Green Bay Police are asking 17 year old Dylan L. Wilber to turn himself in after an incident that forced three schools to go into lockdown.
They say he is considered armed and dangerous and citizens should not approach him, instead they should report their sighting to the police.
Yesterday around 2:30 p.m. they were investigating an armed burglary in the 800 block of Dousman Street, when a woman stopped her car, trying to get an officer's attention. They believe Wilber saw Wilber get out of the car and run away from the car with a gun in his hand.
They set up a perimeter to search for him, and got help from the Brown County Sheriffs Office and Ashwaubenon Public Safety. The Green Bay Area Public School District put three schools into lockdown, while they searched for Wilber using a K-9 unit. They were not able to find him.
Police released a statement saying, "Investigators worked into the night to substantiate the leads and vet the information they got from witnesses and victim. After a thorough investigation, investigators have identified the suspect as Dylan L Wilber, 17 year old Green Bay resident,"
Police say Wilber is wanted for armed robbery and armed burglary, and may face other charges as well.