We've uncovered new developments in the case of a missing man in Bemidji, Minnesota
Police have just obtained evidence that puts them back to square one in the case.
31-year old Matthew Pulis has been missing, since he was last seen bar hopping in downtown Bemidji at 2:30 a.m. Saturday.
Police had been working under the assumption that someone had used Pulis's ATM card on Monday, after he went missing. However, they received confirmation and video surveillance this afternoon, that it was Pulis who used the card on Friday, before he went missing.
Cpt. James Marcotte, Bemidji Police: "At this time we don't believe anything suspicious is happening or anything is afoul."
Captain Marcotte says they're now going under the assumption that Pulis may have been intoxicated and wandered off. He's asking Bemidji residents to check their yards and out buildings.
If you have any information about this case, you're asked to contact the Bemidji Police Department at: 218-333-9111
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