Reward Increased Again in David Schultz Case

The reward has gone up again in the case of a Wall Lake man who’s been missing for nearly three months.

The reward now stands at 27-thousand 800 dollars for information that leads to the whereabouts of David Schultz. The reward is also being offered for information that leads to an arrest and conviction related to the case.

Two weeks ago, the Sac County Board of Supervisors transferred 25-thousand dollars from the American Rescue Plan funds to go toward the reward. The money would have to be spent by November of this year. It will go away if it’s not claimed by then due to American Rescue Plan conditions.

Anyone with information should contact the Sac County Sheriff’s Office at 712-662-7217, or email Anyone who wants to contribute to the reward funds for David Schultz can do so at Iowa State Banks in Sac City, Lake View, and Odebolt. A Venmo account has also been created for Sac County Crime Stoppers which will contribute to the reward. The Venmo account is @SacCoCrimeStoppers.

Schultz was last seen on November 20th. He left his home that evening and was reported missing the following day. Schultz was scheduled to pick up a load of pigs in the Eagle Grove area and transport them to Sac City. Schultz’s semi was found abandoned at the junction of Highway 20 and Highway 71.

(Courtesy fellow Community First Broadcasting station KAYL in Storm Lake)

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