The search for Durham deputy head teacher Mark Bushnell has shifted to a new location after reports he was spotted at a caravan park the day after he was reported missing.
The scene is only a short distance away from the beauty spot near Blackhall Rocks where the 50 year old's car was found.
Police say one possible theory is that Mr Bushnell may have become confused and unaware of his surroundings and they're once again urging the public keep looking for him and report any further sightings.
The devoted husband and father left his Durham home early on Sunday morning to do some laundry but did not return.
Out of a number of reported possible sightings Police are concentrating on a report that Mr Bushnell was seen at Crimdon Dene caravan park - near to where his car was found.
Search teams on land and in the air have been scouring the Durham coastline and will continue to do so.