It has been eight days since anyone has heard from 17 year old Kelly Allary.

He is the subject of an intense search effort on the Ochapawace First Nation located about 150 kilometers east of Regina.

Yesterday RCMP had a plane in the air looking for clues.

The plane scoured the area where Allary was last seen on May 19th.

He was walking down a road on the reserve at about midnight.

Ochapawace Chief Margaret Bear says the search from the sky failed to turn up any clues.

“From the RCMP aerial search negative so for today the Regina RCMP search and rescue team will be out and will have about twenty of their members.”

The RCMP search and rescue team will also have a boat in the water doing a search on Round Lake.

In addition to the RCMP  there is a major community contingent  involved in the search.

Chief Bear says supporters are coming from both within and outside the community, all of them working together in an effort to find Kelly.

“We have had tons of people out this morning and it is so inspiring and encouraging, more people from outside our community are arriving today, we have people from the White Bear First Nation, from the Bear Claw Casino and we have a local mine here and we have about 6 workers from the mine coming out today.”

She is making a plea to anyone who may have information to contact the Broadview RCMP at 306-696-5200.