Search to continue for missing Sun Prairie man who left on foot, police say
SUN PRAIRIE, Wis. — Officials are looking for a missing Sun Prairie man who left town Monday night on foot, according to a release.
Jesse Faber, 21, left a home in the town of Medina just east of the village of Marshall around 11 p.m., officials said.
The Marshall Police Department asked residents in Marshall and town of Medina area to check their property and outbuildings for him. Police said the Dane County Sheriff’s Office is using all of its search resources, and other agencies are assisting in the search.
“We’ve been using drones, we’ve been using ATV’s. We are using every resource,” said Elise Schaffer, Dane County Sheriff’s Dept.
According to the release, Faber has not gone back home or contacted family or friends since then.
Faber was wearing a bright-colored coat with reflective stripes on the sleeves and “Landmark” printed on the front. He is white, 6 feet tall and weighs 160 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.
“He’s always energetic. He always has a positive attitude and he’s fun to be around,” said Austin Foist, a friend who is helping look for Faber.
Dane County deputies, Sun Prairie police and firefighters from the Marshall Fire Department spent several hours searching for him overnight, according to the release. The search is continuing into Wednesday.
Officials ask anyone with information on his whereabouts to call 608-255-2345 or 608-837-7336.
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