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NEW: Missing Mondovi man found dead Wednesday afternoon

Mondovi (WQOW) – The body of a missing Mondovi man was recovered by police Wednesday afternoon.

Nathan Kummer’s body was found about a mile off of Highway 37 on Whitworth Road. Police said he was killed in a motorcycle crash and was found about 100 feet off of the road. Police are still investigating when that crash happened.

Kummer was reported missing on Saturday.

Mondovi Police Chief Collin Severson said at least 20 volunteers were out each day searching for Kummer. Severson wants to send out his appreciation to all those who helped in the search.

UPDATE: Mondovi (WQOW) — The search continued Tuesday for a Mondovi man, who is believed to have gone missing over the weekend.

Nathan Kummer was reported missing by his family Saturday night, after they had not heard from him the night before. According to a family member’s Facebook page, Kummer is still missing. Mondovi Police, along with others, were out searching for him again Tuesday, in locations Kummer requently visited.

Kummer’s family believes he left sometime Saturday morning on a motorcycle that has a pink decal on the front that reads “In Memory of Kylynn”. Kummer has a distinctive, matching tattoo on his forearm. According to his family, Kummer does not have his phone with him, so they have no way to contact him.

Mondovi Police Chief Colin Severson asked if anyone has seen Kummer or has any information on his whereabouts, to contact the department tip line: 715-926-4443.

Mondovi (WQOW) – Mondovi police are looking for a missing man and are asking for your help gathering information of his whereabouts.

According to Mondovi Police Chief Colin Severson, the department is looking or Nathan D. Kummer who was reported missing by family on Saturday at 7:41 p.m.

Kummer left work around 4:30 a.m. Saturday morning and has not been seen since.

The vehicle he was driving from work was found at his home, and his motorcycle is unaccounted for. His family said he is known to drive his cycle on back roads throughout Buffalo, Trempealeau, Pepin and Eau Claire Counties.

Kummer is described as a white male, 5′ 10″ and 170 pounds with short brown hair, brown eyes, a beard and a tattoo on his right forearm that says “Kylynn”.

If you have any information about Kummer or where he might be, you are asked to contact the Mondovi Police Department at 715-926-4423.

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