Bemidji, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) -- The Bemidji Police Department continues to look for the missing 31-year-old Bemidji man, Matthew Charles Pulis, by conducting an aerial search.
Additionally, Police have completed a 200 block, door to door search of the area between the last point Pulis was seen and his residence.
Pulis left a bar in downtown Bemidji in the early morning hours of Saturday, October 20th and no one has reported seeing or hearing from him since.
He was out with co-workers and had been drinking. It was early Saturday morning. On Monday he didn't show up for work.
An aerial search will be conducted over the 500 acre low land area west of the city on November 1st.
Captain James Marcotte of the Bemidji Police Department says they have found nothing to indicate there was foul play in Pulis' disappearance.
They've had few tips, and have scoured a large portion of the city, searching for signs of Pulis.
Police have been tracking Pulis' debit card and phone record, looking for clues as to where he might be.
The last time he used either was the night he was last seen.
Pulis is described as a white man, five foot seven inches tall...about 165 pounds.
He was wearing a dark blue, zip up sweatshirt, on the night of his disappearance.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Bemidji Police Department.
Posted to the web by Jenna Vogt