Nearly 60 search and rescue volunteers combed the woods near Stavanger Drive in St. John's on Saturday in the latest in a number of ground searches for Joshua Miller.
Miller, 20, was last seen in that area back in early February, wearing only a t-shirt and jeans.
Sgt. Hubert Hall, the Search and Rescue Co-ordinator with the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, said the conditions were ideal for another search.
"We've been monitoring the weather conditions and the environmental conditions since Mr. Miller went missing, and after the spring weather that we received in the past week, the conditions were ideal to perform a major ground search in the area," he said.
Hall said some tips have been coming in, but nothing that provided strong evidence about Miller's whereabouts.
"There have been some tips coming in, and the criminal investigation division and major crime section have been looking into those tips, but I'm not aware of anything concrete — that would have been passed on to me today," Hall said.
RNC is advising residents in the area to check their property for any sign of the missing man.
"Any confined spaces, such as underneath their patios, anything that they might have had covered for the winter, to have a look under the coverings, etc.," Hall added.
Hall said police will continue the search until they feel they have exhausted every possible place Miller could be.