Wardens and more than 30 volunteers continued to comb snowmobile trails and China Lake this afternoon in a search for Richard Jackson, 18, of China, who's been missing since Friday night.
Maine Warden Service Lt. Kevin Adam said they have searched a large area and that the continued bad weather -- rain, snow, and sleet -- has made it difficult.
He said they were able to get an airplane up for about one hour before it was too dangerous to continue flying.
"The snow wiped out any tracks he would have laid down Friday night," Adam said. "We just have to keep plugging away."
The search for 18-year-old Richard "Shaw" Jackson of China is once again underway today, two days after he was reported missing after riding his sled in South China.
The Maine Warden Service has asked area snowmobile clubs to check their trails today and has volunteers checking camps along China Lake to look for the Erskine Academy student.
Jackson was last seen Friday night between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. He had been to Pinkham Fuel, where he had work done to his snowmobile.
Anyone with information should call the state police at 624-7076.