Friends and family of Cody Wolfe are once again searching for the missing 17-year-old from the Muskowekwan First Nation.
The search party, which is searching near Lestock on Saturday, is getting their best weather yet.
Ernest Moise is the head of the search group. He says Wolfe wasn't far from reaching his destination.
“It is odd because he only had about a quarter of a mile to go where he was going,” he said.
“We got the text message that tells you where he was last but other than that, it’s like he disappeared.”
RCMP Sgt. Paul Dawson says the only detail as to where he may have gone came from a text message.
Last weekend, Wolfe’s aunt, Myrna LaPlante, told News Talk Radio that searchers retraced his apparent last steps.
Wolfe was last seen on April 29 while leaving his grandmother’s house around 10:30 p.m.
Wolfe was headed to a friend’s house about eight kilometres away, but never arrived.
LaPlante said the family is getting an abundance of support through well wishes, prayer and elders in the community.
Wolfe is described as aboriginal, 5-foot-7 and 110 pounds. He has shoulder length, black hair, brown eyes and a scar between his nose and upper lip.
Wolfe was last seen wearing a black jacket, blue sweater, jeans and white running shoes.
If unsuccessful, the search, near Lestock, will resume Sunday.
The Muskowekwan First Nation is approximately 145 kilometres northeast of Regina