Walter Todman, an 83-year-old who suffers from the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, is still missing, police reported on Tuesday afternoon.

Police Information Officer Diane Drayton said another search will be conducted this week, but she did not have further details about the location or time.

Relatives believe that Mr. Todman wandered away from his home in Todman Peak on Sept. 14.

Since then, several public searches have been organised to search the surrounding area Walter Todman and various landmarks. Mr. Todman, whose wife died recently, was last seen dressed in a green Polo shirt, black pants and grey-and-black sandals, police said.

He is also described as five feet, three inches tall, slim built, dark in complexion, and bald with a white beard.

He may not immediately respond to his name, police warned.

“I wish to extend a huge thank you to everyone who has been praying, searching, calling, messaging and visiting,” Marsha Smith, Mr. Todman’s niece, wrote last week. “We are indeed grateful to all of you for your respective contributions. Let us continue to be vigilant. Please continue to be on the lookout for our beloved Walter Todman.”