A former Faribault man, Dustin Sundin, has been missing since September 17th, when he walked away from an address in Angora Minnesota. Sundin, according to the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office "suffers from substance abuse issues and Ataxia, which is a central nervous system disorder and causes him to walk with a cane" he is considered by law enforcement to be a missing 'vulnerable' adult.

The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office reported on September 17th around 12:30 the missing person bulletin. According to that bulletin:

"The reporting party, who is Dustin's Aunt, had called and stated that Dustin had walked off with her dog and her cell phone. The Aunt last saw him walking North across Leander Road West of her residence near a creek bed. Deputies responded to the residence and spoke with the Aunt who had since noted that the dog had returned but Dustin and her phone were still missing. She indicated to Deputies the point last seen. Deputies located the area and confirmed footprints in the creek bed continuing to the North."

Dustin is described by law enforcement as being "6'0" 140 pounds, slender build." He was last seen wearing black sweat pants with a grey stripe, white shoes, grey sweatshirt, grey backpack, and possibly a bluish/grey jacket with a hood. He has several tattoos and has one on the left side of his face from above the eye extending down to his jaw and neck (possibly a serpent or a monster in red and black ink).

On September 22nd the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office searched the area Dustin was last seen with "the St. Louis County Rescue Squad, K-9, and Drone Teams." Dustin was not found. Currently, the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office does not suspect any foul play.

If anyone has seen or heard from Dustin, please call 911 or call the non-emergency Dispatch number for St. Louis County 218-742-9825.

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