GREAT BARRINGTON -- The search is still on for Alexander Dickey, the 28-year-old Gould Farm resident who hasn't been seen since Oct. 19.
That day, a Gould Farm van dropped him off so he could go for an outing in downtown Great Barrington.
Three members of the Berkshire Mountain Search and Rescue Team spent Wednesday looking for Dickey along the East Mountain summit area. Team president Michael Comeau said the 5 1/2 mile search yielded "no clues."
The team was joined by a state Department of Conservation and Recreation officer and a volunteer from the Massachusetts Association of Airscenting K9's.
Dickey's last cell phone GPS location was in the East Mountain summit area on Oct. 19.
The Great Barrington Police Department, state police and Berkshire Mountain Search and Rescue Team have been involved in numerous searches since.
In a news release, Great Barrington Police Chief William Walsh said a search was made behind Lake Mansfield last week after a possible sighting was reported, but turned up nothing. The next day, Great Barrington and state police searched East Mountain and a nearby reservoir.
Comeau said the team worked again with Great Barrington police officers on Monday while combing through six miles of the mountain summit, a local golf course and fairgrounds.
The Monterey Police Department has been overseeing the investigation since Gould Farm is in Monterey. Sgt. Michael Johnson said no new information has surfaced. His family has not heard from him since he went missing.
Gould Farm is a psycho-social rehabilitation center which treats adults with mental illness.
Comeau said his team was "going to assess all of the places we've been" and decide where to look next.
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