Regina Police will be doing a ground and air search for Kim Cruickshank, 27, who has been missing for nearly two months.

Cruickshank was last seen on March 23, at about 2 p.m. CST by a neighbour. 

On May 7 an air search of an area around the north part of Winnipeg Street was done, but was unsuccessful.

On Friday and Saturday officers will be conducting ground searches.

Friday they will look in rural areas just north of the city. On Saturday police and members of Search and Rescue Regina will focus on the Uplands and Argyle Park neighbourhoods.

Residents are being asked to check their own yards, along fences and inside any garages for anything suspicious.

If anyone finds anything they are asked to contact the Regina Police Service.

Cruickshank's family was in Regina in April, hoping to find her and bring her with them to Ontario, where they now live.

They told CBC News they were concerned because Cruickshank usually kept in touch.