BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – Another full-scale search for a man who never returned from a hike in Eldorado Canyon State Park began early Wednesday morning.

Multiple search and rescue teams were sent out to look for David Robles, 53, who went for a hike in the park on Saturday.

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Investigators continue to search for additional information that may lead crews to a particular area within Eldorado Canyon, such as a favorite hiking trail or location, or locate family and friends who may have spoken with Robles.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

Tuesday, the fourth day of searching for Robles, resulted with no new leads or clues.

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Crews are not leaving anything to chance they are documenting everything on their searches.

“On Monday and today we had teams report that there are mountain lions, that they’ve seen mountain lions with fresh kill, deer, so we have the mountain lions. We’ve had reports of rattlesnakes and just the steepness of the terrain, we’ve had people, the searchers slipping and falling and rockfall,” said Boulder County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Dave Booton.

Crews hit the trail about 8 a.m. Wednesday in the fifth day of the search.

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The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office is asking if anyone saw Mr. Robles (Saturday) or has any information on his whereabouts to contact us immediately at 303.441.4444.