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Missing Person Reward

Missing Person Reward

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The search continues for 58-year-old Jack Sjol --- he was last seen at his Williston ranch on April 24.

The Sjol family is now offering a $30,000 reward

for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons involved with Jack's disappearance.

Jack Sjol has lived in Williston for 35 years and before retirement worked for the city of Williston for 25 years.

Family members describe him as an accomplished horseman and someone who enjoyed staying busy, spending a lot of time on the ranch and helping neighbors with round ups.

There was evidence of a violent crime at his home in Williston but few leads on where to search.

The Sjol family is asking for community members, ranchers and those who travel the landscape frequently to watch for changes such as over turned dirt and notify law enforcement with any suspicions.

(Diane & Scott Sjol, Jack Sjol Family) "We've gone out with an airplane, a helicopter we've had people on horseback, four-wheelers, searching the area and we just don't have a clue. It seems, especially when it's someone that you love and care about that things don't ever happen fast enough."

Jack Sjol is six feet tall, 200 pounds, brown hair and hazel eyes.

The Williams County Sheriff Department can be reached at 701-577-7700.

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