PUBLIC APPEAL: The search for a missing reveller going cold
RENEWED calls for the public to keep an eye out for Bradley James Smith have been made, after the 37-year-old man went missing in Elbow Valley bushland.
Up to 80 SES volunteers and Warwick police officers have failed to find any significant leads in their search for Mr Smith.
Co-ordinator Sergeant Des Neijens said searchers had covered bush and farm land from Warwick to Killarney and down to the New South Wales border.
"We want to remind people that Mr Smith is still missing and if you see him, give us a call," Sgt Neijens said.
Mr Smith was last seen leaving the Rabbits Eat Lettuce music festival on Monday morning.
Police believe he entered a home on Cullendore Rd and left a note addressed to his mother.
Sgt Neijens spoke to friends of Mr Smith, who were with him at the festival, along with the event organisers.
"They have been assisting police," he said.
"We asked the organiser to put information on their Facebook site and to ask if anyone knows where he is."
Despite being five days since he went missing, Sgt Neijens said there was every chance Mr Smith was still in the area.
"There is nothing to indicate he is still in the area but also nothing to indicate he is not still here," he said.
Police continued their search today and would assess whether to continue tomorrow.