Three volunteer teams and a search dog continued searching along the Heaphy Track today for missing Marlborough man Colin Ross.
The search for the 53-year-old has been focused on the Heaphy Track since his maroon 1996 Toyota Rav 4 was located at the end of it, near Karamea on Friday.
A police spokeswoman said search and rescue teams had been scouring the track since 9am today but had not found anything. The search will be reviewed this afternoon, she said.
Yesterday 12 people searched the Kohaihai Bluff area and up to Crayfish Point on the Nikau Walk including a Land Search and Rescue search dog team.
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West Coast Police said in an earlier statement that there were serious concerns for Ross' welfare.
On a Givealittle page set up by his friends to fund the search before police would get involved, Ross was described as an "extremely happy and outgoing man" whose disappearance was out of character.
Ross was last seen close to the fire station near the Blenheim town centre at about 5pm on October 25. He lives in the Waihopai Valley, about 30km southwest of Blenheim.
Anyone with information about his disappearance can contact Greymouth Police on 03 768 1600.