Police still are searching multiple sites Thursday in Northwest Missouri in an effort to find two missing Wisconsin brothers.

On Wednesday, police were searching two different areas with the assistance of the Buchanan County Sheriff’s Office. One of the sites is an area behind a residence on Catawba Road in Caldwell County. They are checking buildings, ponds and waste piles.

Brothers Justin and Nicholas Diemel, ages 24 and 35, were last seen in Cameron, Missouri on Sunday. According to a press release from the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office, officers are still searching a property near Braymer, Missouri.

In a later press conference, Clinton County Sheriff Larry Fish said authorities are searching mutliple sites.

“We have some up in Clinton County,” Fish said. The exact whereabouts of those searches is unknown.

Men still missing after 2 multi-agency searches

The two men are believed to have gone missing sometime on Sunday. Their rental truck was found in a small dirt commuter lot near Holt, Missouri. According to Buchanan County Sheriff Bill Puett, some of his deputies are still assisting with the investigation.

At a news conference at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, authorities did not provide any new updates, but reiterated that they’re continuing to investigate.

There will be more information released today at 4:30 p.m.

Police ask anyone with information to call their tip line at 816-632-8477.

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