It's day six in the search for a missing Bismarck man.
Dickinson police are continuing to focus their search efforts in the area where 30-year-old Eric Haider was last seen.
A construction plot near an industrial area north of Dickinson.
Despite rainy, muddy conditions investigators are plowing ahead in their search efforts.
Dickinson police say they have not taken anything off the table when it comes to the search for missing Bismarck man, Eric Haider.
In day six of the Dickinson police department's search for Haider, crews continue to excavate through muddy, rainy conditions.
Sgt. Kylan Klauzer says they can not release details about initial evidence found, but they have not ruled out anything.
"The big thing that we've been trying to communicate to everybody that we're involved with, we're keeping all doors open at this point, we're trying to be very open about information that we receive, the things that are happening, it's such a unique case in itself, so nothing is being ruled out at this time." says Sgt. Kylan Klauzer.
Klauzer says the family has been helpful in the search and encourages the public to be aware of the situation.
"Stay alert, stay aware, lots of fliers out and facebook page, Dickinson police department has postings on their facebook page that we really encourage people to reference and go look at, kind of get up to speed on where things are at, and just kind of learn about the case, because the more we have aware of what's going on, and people watching for us, the better chance we have of this thing coming to a conclusion." says Sgt. Klauzer.
Although it's not certain how long the police search will continue, this is the last day, two canine dogs will be on site, before heading back to Aberdeen.
Dickinson police say Tooz Construction has donated their time and labor to help with the search.
If you have information that will help investigators in their search for Eric Haider, contact the Dickinson Police Department at 456-7762.
You're also encouraged to joining the group on Facebook, "Eric Haider we want you home."