A MASSIVE search for a man missing on bleak moors above Holmfirth has drawn a blank.
Police now fear Paul Haywood, who vanished after crashing his car, may be dead.
They have wound up the search.
Mr Haywood, of Sheffield, was last seen slumped in his car on Bradfield Moors near the village of Bolsterstone between Holmfirth and Sheffield early on March 21.
His Toyota Celica had crashed into a dry stone wall.
A passing motorist saw the 48-year-old slumped in the car. She told police, but when officers arrived they found the vehicle bloodstained and empty.
Up to 40 police officers and mountain rescue volunteers, including Huddersfield-based Woodhead Mountain Rescue Team, searched for two miles around where the car was found.
Mr Haywood, who is 6ft and weighs 20 stones, had been with friends earlier.
Police found a note at his home in the Stannington area of Sheffield which read: "Please forgive me - it's for me - sorry."
Sgt Tony Earnshaw, of South Yorkshire Police, said the final step would be to bring in dogs that could find human remains.