Dyfed Powys Police who are co-ordinating the search for missing April Jones say they have almost completed their examination of Machynlleth town centre but there are more areas left to cover.
The search for the five year old is reaching the end of it's second week. Police say they're continuing with 'the same level of intensity' over the weekend.
Officers from all over the UK have joined in the hunt for her, while ambulance service crews and coastguards are also continuing to search.
Superintendent Ian John of Dyfed Powys Police said search teams remain 'committed' to finding April.
Superintendent Ian John once again paid tribute to the support from the public - not just in Machynlleth, but all over the country.
Today Machynlleth Town Council confirmed that a fund set up to help April's family has raised almost £20,000 so far.
It was also announced that the Wales football squad will sport pink ribbons on their tracksuits at the World Cup qualifier tonight in support of April's family.
Mark Bridger, 46, appeared in court on Wednesday charged with April's abduction and murder.
He is also charged with attempting to pervert the course of justice.