Name: Robert S. Lyons
Age: 25 years old
Last seen: June 4, 2017
Location: Menominee, Wisconsin
Status: Still missing
25 year old Robert Lyons was last seen in Menominee, Wisconsin on June 4, 2017. He disappeared while riding his ATV on the Menominee Indian Reservation.
At the time of his disappearance, Robert Lyons lived on Chief Little Crow Road in the Menominee Indian Reservation, located in the village of Keshena/Menominee, Wisconsin.
On the afternoon of June 4, 2017, Robert Lyons was seen by relatives leaving his residence on a red and white ATV.
Later that day he was spotted by a Tribal Police Officer driving the ATV near Long Marsh Road in the Menominee Indian Reservation. This is the last confirmed sighting of Robert.
On June 7, 2017, Robert was reported missing by his family when they couldn’t contact him.
Robert Lyons’ cell phone was found left behind at home.
On June 9, 2017, Robert’s ATV was found on its side on Maynard’s Loop Road, near the intersection of Long Marsh Road and Rush’s Lake Road, not far from where he was last seen on the afternoon of the 4th.
According to authorities, multiple leads resulted in several searches on the reservation being conducted, but no clues as to Robert’s whereabouts have been found.
The location of Robert Lyons, and the circumstances surrounding his disappearance, remains unknown. Authorities have not ruled out foul play.
The Menominee Tribal Police are offering a $5,000 reward for information in his case.
Native American male with black hair and brown eyes. Robert stands 5’9 and weighs 120 pounds. He has a birthmark on the front of his neck.
Robert has several tattoos including “Menominee” on his upper back that goes from shoulder to shoulder, “Native Pride” on his calf, “Lyons” with a feather on his right forearm, a bear on his left forearm, and an eagle on the back of his neck.
He was last seen wearing red and white shorts, a hat, and shoes. He was not wearing a shirt.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Robert Lyons please contact the Menominee Tribal Police Department at (715) 799-3321.
Resources & Further Information
Robert S. Lyons – NamUS
Robert S. Lyons – The Charley Project
News & Media Links
Menominee Tribe Offers Rewards on Missing Tribal Citizens Cases – Native News Online
Families of Missing, Murdered Seek Answers – New Media
Wayne Van der Schaaff says
The way that he was dressed as described in the attire that he was wearing at the time indicates that he was not going to go far at the time , or had no intention of doing so .
Obvious something happened to him during the time that he left and that the A T V was found .
Was the A T V , his own ? .