Volunteers are needed in a renewed search for a teen who has been missing from the Muskowekan First Nation since the spring of 2011.

Seventeen-year-old Cody Wolfe was last seen on Apr. 29, 2011, leaving his grandmother’s home.

He was walking to a friend’s house but never made it.

Wolfe’s last known whereabouts were on a road north of Lestock.

Search coordinator, Sherrie Runns-Fayant says there was a lot of flooding during the spring two years ago and this weekend’s search will check areas that may have been overlooked.

She says they also will utilize search and rescue dogs that are specially trained to work in water and are by no means giving up.

“No we haven’t,” she says. “We have told the family we will continue to support them in any way we can, whether that is through organized searches or meetings with them just to keep them updated on where we are on the case itself.”

The search effort resumes Friday morning and runs until Sunday.

Volunteers are asked to meet at the Muskowekan store Friday morning at 9 a.m.

For more information, contact Sherri Runns-Fayant at 306-695-9269.

In addition to volunteers, donations of food, water, bug spray and money are needed.

The Muskowekan First Nation is about 150 kilometres northeast of Regina.