MISSING PERSON: Luke Fergusson

MISSING PERSON: Luke Fergusson, last seen at a Proston Abbeywood Road property. PHOTO: FACEBOOK

UPDATE: The search and rescue operation to locate 28-year-old Luke Fergusson continues.

There was no luck during day six of searching on Wednesday as many volunteers searched for the man.

QPS District Inspector Scott Stahlhut urges anyone in the vicinity of Proston to be vigilant and keep an eye out for Luke.

Luke has a medical condition and may appear disorientated if sighted.

If you see him dial 000, and if you see any clues dial Crimestoppers on 1800333000.

Police and State Emergency Service volunteers have been conducting search activities across a 27 square kilometre area in the nearby townships of Proston, Stalworth, Abbeywood and surrounds.

Several land and aerial assets, including the AMSA Challenger Jet, the Sunshine Coast and Bundaberg-based rescue helicopters, quad vehicles, and local horseback volunteers, have assisted in search efforts.

Police divers have also been called in to assist with a search of waterways.

Volunteers are still wanted on foot, bikes or horseback.

Volunteers should go to The Mango Farm on Speedwell Abbeywood Rd to register.

EARLIER: The search continues for Luke Fergusson, a 28-year-old who has been missing from Stalworth near Proston since last Friday, 9 June.

A search party is gathering again today at the mango farm at 307 Proston Abbeywood Road to continue looking for Luke.

Those volunteering to help in the search should know the search will be coordinated by the authorities, and to wear ‘sensible’ clothing.

A rescue helicopter is also being used in the search.

Luke is described as white, roughly 175cm tall with a proportionate build, brown hair and brown eyes.

Family and police hold serious concerns for Luke’s welfare due to the cold weather in recent nights.

Luke also has a medical condition and may appear disorientated.

Police are appealing to any residents within the South Burnett to check their properties, and review their CCTV or dashcam footage from the night of 9 June onwards.

Anyone with information about Luke’s whereabouts is urged to contact police via Policelink on 131 444.