We showed you the search efforts that multiple crews conducted last week along the Missouri River to try and find Gregory Fredericksen.
Fredericksen jumped into the river off of the railroad bridge a week ago Wednesday.
We show you the search efforts ongoing to try and find him.
The Missouri River was quiet Thursday, hard to even find a boat on the water.
But the Burleigh County Sheriff's boat makes a trip out on the Missouri every Thursday.
"Typically we're out here for boat enforcement and also for underage drinking," Jeff Ball said.
This week they're doing more than just patrolling, they're also looking for any signs of Gregory Fredericksen.
"We're concentrating just south of where the victim jumped from and then work south towards University of Mary today," Ball said.
Not only are they looking for any signs in the water, but they're also paying extra attention to the shoreline.
"We're just looking, like along here where you see the brush and the trees in the water, just looking where the victim could get hung up," Ball said.
Multiple agencies are continuing search efforts this week, by air and by water.
"We've had boat patrol out a couple other times throughout the week, just Burleigh has and then Morton county has been out and game and fish has been out looking, and then the highway patrol and game and fish flying," Ball said.
While the whereabouts of Fredericksen haven't been found in more than a week, search crews are confident he'll show up.
"From what I've been taught and know the body will well re float," Ball said.
Because it only takes five to ten days for a body to return to the surface.
Authorities are asking that those who come out on the water this weekend, to keep an eye open for any signs of Fredericksen, and if you do, contact law enforcement immediately.