GRAND RAPIDS (WAOW)--The search continues for 29-year-old Greg Senn, who went missing early Saturday morning. Investigators say Senn was last seen in Grand Rapids, leaving his friend's house.
Authorities say Senn was walking towards his Wisconsin Rapids home. Officials have suspended their search for the night, and still have no leads. Police say they will use blood hounds tomorrow, as the search enters its third day.
Officials say Senn may have been heading someone else, instead of his home.
"His father doesn't live too far away from there, within walking distance," said Grand Rapids Police Chief Dave Lewandowski. "We felt that he was probably going to walk there," he said.
Authorities are focusing their search on the wooded area south of Lake Wazeecha.
"We have used K9, we have used ATVs, we have covered a large area yesterday with several different agencies, a lot of it is foot work. A lot of it is just going through properties and manually looking," said Lewandowski.
After two days of searching and more questions than answers, Grand Rapids Police are making a plea to the public.
"We are asking everybody to check their properties to make sure he's not possibly in one of the sheds or something," Lewandowski said.
A helicopter was used in the search Monday, but turned up nothing. Another potential concern is snowfall Monday evening. Officials say any accumulation may cover tracks and make search efforts tomorrow more difficult.
Police say no foul play is suspected at this point in the search.