THE search for missing man Neil Bryson continued yesterday with the support of Woodhead Mountain Rescue Team.
The married father-of-two disappeared from his home in Wadman Road, Scholes, at 6.30am on Tuesday morning.
Although an intensive search was launched by police including its dogs unit and the police helicopter nothing has been seen of Mr Bryson.
Mike France of the Woodhead team said some 20 personnel had arrived to support Holme Valley Mountain Rescue Team yesterday.
He said they had continued to search the Yateholme area above the village of Holme but so far without success.
An underwater search has already been carried out at Yateholme Reservoir while a police dogs unit and the force helicopter has been deployed in the search for the family man.
Mr Bryson, originally from Scotland, used to work at St Luke’s Hospital, Crosland Moor, where he specialised in mental health.
It is believed he is now employed in a managerial role in Bradford.
Mr Bryson and his wife have two sons, teenager Jack, a greenkeeper at Huddersfield Golf Club, and Harry, who is in his early 20s and works at racing stables near Wetherby.
Mr Bryson, or anyone who sees him, is asked to contact police via 101.