andrew nicoll

Andrew Nicoll, 55, has been missing since April 22. (RCMP)

Friends of Breton, Alta., man missing for more than a week say they will not give up the hunt, even though police RCMP have called off their search for lack of clues.

Andrew Nicoll, 55, disappeared from his home early last week without his wallet, phone, keys or vehicles.

"It basically looked like he  was working on the deck and he had vanished," said his daughter Bronwyn Taylor. "We couldn't see any sign of a struggle or anything like that."

Taylor said she went straight to her father's acreage Tuesday when she heard he didn't show up for work.

"We've run through every possible scenario over and over again," she said.

RCMP conducted a large scale air and ground search earlier this week, but called it off after finding nothing.

Taylor, organized a search party of more than 100 friends and family members.

"You don't think it's going to happen to you, but you also don't think that you'd have this much support behind you if something does happen and it's just been unbelievable.

"I won't stop looking until I find him I find him," she said. "As long as people are to help, I'll keep asking for help because it's so important."

The volunteers are searching as far south as Red Deer and north to Edmonton.

With files from CBC's Travis McEwan