The Faribault Police Department publishes its virtual newsletter, The Point After, every Friday morning. This week's newsletter includes information in regards to two wanted individuals on local warrants.

The Faribault Police Department is looking for two men this week the first is 35-year-old Patrick Palle. Palle is wanted on a pair of warrants for failing to appear for sentencing and failing to appear for a hearing in a separate case.

Faribault Police describe Palle as 5’9” tall and weighing 150 pounds. Palle is also described as having hazel eyes and brown hair.

The second individual being sought this week by the Faribault Police department is 20-year-old Mason Kryzer. Kryzer is wanted in Rice County for failing to appear for a probation violation hearing and is also wanted in Blue Earth County for failing to appear on charges of 5th degree Controlled Substances and Driving After Revocation.

Kryzer is described by police as standing 5’10” and weighing 130 pounds. Kryzer is listed as having blue eyes and brown hair.

If you know the whereabouts of these two individuals or have information in regards to these two men you are asked to call the Faribault Police Department at 507-334-4305.

Image Credit: Faribault Police Department

Also featured in this week's newsletter several officers participated recently in cleaning up along Highway 21, as a part of the adopt-a-highway program. The group of officers "collected 30 bags of trash, along with some copper pipe, a car battery, and some paint cans. The section of the highway was adopted by the Faribault Police Benefit Association as part of the group’s commitment to the community."

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