A little over two weeks ago, the nonprofit Wings of Hope from Medford, Wisconsin, joined the quest for Tyler Doyle, a missing duck hunter.
The team began assisting in the Tyler Doyle search on Tuesday, February 7 using drones, cadaver dogs, and boats with underwater sonar and 3D imagery.
On January 26, just before 5 o’clock, a boating distress call was made off the coast of Little River, and that is when the search for Doyle got under way.
Wings of Hope announced on their Facebook page on Monday that they had reached their limits in their efforts to find Tyler Doyle.
“We had to tell this loving family that there was nothing more we could do as a search and rescue group. My heart goes out to Tyler Doyle’s wife and family,” Wings of Hope said in a Facebook post.