Damion Davidson went missing from his Duncan home early on the morning of June 12th. Its been 10 days that the Duncan Police, with help from surrounding municipalities have now turned the search from a massive group effort, to using smaller groups focusing on specific areas.

Damion, who is is autistic and non-verbal, is believed to have left his home in the middle of the night. After day of searching in and along waterways and in areas, the Stephens County Sheriffs Department have taken over that part of the search, while Duncan PD begin the tedious task of retracing steps they have already taken. DPD is also looking into new leads and going through all of the surveillance videos, which includes almost 180 gigabytes of drone footage that has yet to be reviewed.

Over the weekend and on Monday, search dogs followed paths most like to have drawn Damion's attention. Dog teams are limited by the heat, and investigators are now planning on enlisting a plane to help cover a larger area in a smaller amount of time. Investigators are also going back over areas the previously searched, on the off chance anything has been overlooked.

Police are still asking for the public's assistance. They ask that residents check home surveillance videos looking for even the smallest information that might lead to a break in the case. Police, sheriff and local volunteer law enforcement have already put in more than 5,000 man hours according to officials, but are adamant that they are not looking to pull back the search anytime soon.

Officials ask that anyone with information please contact the Duncan Police Dept at (580) 444-3393, or the Stephens County Sheriffs Department at (580) 255-3131

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source: KSWO News