MOAB -- Family members are canvassing Moab's main strip and paragliders plan to scan the foothills of the southeastern Utah town for any sign of a skydiving instructor missing more than a week.
Friends and Facebook posts say 37-year old David Brown was last seen June 29.
Moab police are investigating.
Brown's sister, Wendi Tekamp, his uncle and Brown's girlfriend are in Moab to support search efforts.
Tekamp said two Arizona men plan to fly motorized paragliders along the foothills on Saturday, and searchers using dogs also have been looking for Brown.
Brown's friends say he wasn't planning a trip and left behind all his belongings, including money.
Brown works at Skydive Moab.