UPDATE 9:52 am 05/23/22: One man has been identified after contacting the MSP Gaylord Post, according to Michigan State Police.

Why Are The Michigan State Police Looking For These Two Men?

The Michigan State Police are asking the public for help identifying two people that were seen walking around the Nottingham Forest Mobile Home Park after being notified of two unauthorized individuals going through the area.

On Friday, May 20th Gaylord was hit by an EF-3 Tornado that had winds up to 150 Miles Per Hour. After traveling 17 miles on the ground it caused damage to both businesses and homes in the area.

One of the worst-hit places was Nottingham Forest Mobile Park. According to Otsego County Fire Chief Chris Martin “Out of the mobile home park there, there is probably 95% destruction.”

Where Is Nottingham Forest Moblie Park Located?

1665 West M-32Gaylord, MI 49735

What To Do If You Know Who These Men Are

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Credit: mspnorthernmi via Twitter
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According to Michigan State Police, one man is a young, white man with gray hair wearing a black shirt, shorts, a baseball cap with a cross, a necklace with a cross, and tattoos on his arms. The other man is an older white man wearing a blue three-quarter zip-up sweatshirt, jeans, and glasses.

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Credit: MspSouthwestMI
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If you know who these two individuals are The Michigan State Police would like you to call the Gaylord Area Regional Dispatch at (989) 732-5141 or the MSP Gaylord Post at (989) 732-2778.

Why The Gaylord EF-3 Tornado Was So Rare

See Pictures From the Tornado That Devastated Gaylord, Michigan

A rare tornado ripped through the small Northern Michigan town of Gaylord on Friday. The twister left at least one person dead, more than 40 injured, and a trail of destruction to property.