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Wanted Janesville man's face on billboard

Published On: Aug 23 2013 04:23:40 PM CDT
Updated On: Aug 23 2013 04:49:05 PM CDT

Courtesy Janesville Police Dept. via Nixle

William Bolich, 66

JANESVILLE, Wis -

Janesville police have decided to put the face of a man with several warrants on a billboard.

William Bolich, 66, is wanted for stalking and fourth-degree sexual assault of an adult. Janesville police told Channel3000 there were no new charges; they simply thought Bolich was a good candidate for a billboard. 

Janesville police are asking for help finding Bolich and anyone with information is encouraged to call Janesville police.

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