CALGARY (CP) — A search party aided by an RCMP tracking
dog, a helicopter and a single-engine aircraft had found no sign by late
Thursday of Lorne Grovue, 30, of Calgary.
He was reported missing on a hunt for
something he believes fell from an unidentified flying object.
Spokesmen for a search party that
went into the area about 50 miles Southwest of Calgary
Wednesday said they planned to stay
until they found him.
Four inches of snow overnight
hampered search operations and snowmobiles brought into the area were severely
limited by rough terrain.
Two feet of snow has fallen in the
area in the last few days.
Mr. Grovue was one of three
prospectors who last July reported sighting a UFO. He went into the area alone
and on foot Sunday carrying a limited food supply.