Eau Claire police have determined there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the disappearance of a UW-Stout student who went missing from downtown Eau Claire in November.
Police and firefighters have conducted four ground and three water searches for James B. Liedtka, 28, of Eau Claire.
Police have searched Liedtka's financial records and conducted numerous interviews with friends, family members and witnesses. They also searched Liedtka's residences in both Menomonie and Eau Claire, Eau Claire police spokeswoman Bridget Coit said.
"Nothing was located at either residence to indicate Liedtka was having issues with anyone, or that anything suspicious was involved in his disappearance," Coit said.
Detectives are continuing to follow up on all leads, she said.
Anyone with information about Liedtka's whereabouts are asked to call the Police Department at 715-839-4972.
Liedtka, a U.S. Army veteran, and several friends were on Water Street in Eau Claire on Nov. 3. He had phone contact with one of his friends at 12:25 a.m. on Nov. 4.
Surveillance footage about an hour later showed Liedtka walking behind The Pickle tavern, 341 Water St.
It was the last time Liedtka was seen, and he was reported missing the next day.
Liedtka is described as 5-foot-7, about 170 pounds, with black hair and dark brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a maroon shirt, jeans and a baseball cap.