The mystery continues in the far northern valley.
Inmates from the Roseau County jail resumed the search today for a missing Rochert, Minnesota man.
Donald Dugger has been missing since last month, after finishing his truck route in Warroad. he is described as five-feet-nine-inches tall, 245-pounds with hazel eyes.
On August 11, Donald Dugger made what are described as confusing statements to law enforcement in Warroad. He reported that people were around his truck. He was last seen moving his belongings from his truck into his car.
Then, one week later his car was found 30 miles south of Roseau in the Beltrami State Forest.
Steve Gust, Roseau Co. Sheriff: "The only thing we're aware of was that he was taking medication for high blood pressure. According to the family it was under control. That's the only issue we know of at this point."
Reporter: "Any idea what he would have been doing out here in the middle of the forest?"
Gust: "No reason why he'd be out here."
Dugger's car was found hung up on a stump. It's believed he took off on foot. Two days later what's believed to be Dugger's glove was found 2 miles away.
It's been sent in for DNA analysis to proved Dugger was ever actually here.
Deputy: "You want to keep arms length apart…"
Inmates from the Roseau County Jail are being used to take another crack at trying to find Dugger in this thick brush. Other searches have already used scent dogs, helicopters and folks on horses.
Reporter: "Do you have any reason to believe this guy would have wanted to disappear?"
Steve Gust: " Have no indication of that at this point. The family doesn't say anything to indicate he'd want to get out of the Country or anything."
Reporter: "So, it's all a big mystery yet as to why he was out here?"
Gust: "Yeah, big mystery…. disappearance unknown."
Searchers have a daunting task. The Beltrami State Forest is 80 miles long by 80 miles wide.
The Sheriff's Department is now asking hunters to watch for any signs of Dugger. If you have any information about this case, you're asked to call the Sheriff's Department at: 218-463-1455