Police continue their search for 75-year-old man Colin Leggat who was last seen in Thorton-le-street, Hambleton, on Thursday, according to North Yorkshire Police.
Police drones, search dogs and underwater seams have all been used to search for the lost elderly man in the North Yorkshire area over the weekend.
The man, who has been reported missing, is suspected to have been on foot as his vehicle was still at home, according to police officers who are increasingly concerned about his welfare.
He was last seen wearing a white checked shirt, green country-style trousers and a thin brown jumper.
The National Police Air Service helicopter and volunteer mountain rescue teams, as well as drones, search dogs and underwater search teams have all been used to try and locate the lost man.
Tom Collins, from North Yorkshire Police, said everyone was “extremely concerned” for Mr Leggat’s welfare.
“I urge anyone who is in the Thornton-le-Street area to be vigilant and to report any immediate sightings of anyone matching Colin’s description to 999,” he added.
If you have any information about Mr Leggat’s contact the North Yorkshire force on 101.