"This case is not going to be closed, is not going to go away until we can find out what happened to Sharon," says Detective Nick Garza.
"We’re looking for volunteers that are technically proficient with mountaineering," Luke Holton says.
"For the family’s sake, we want to keep looking no matter what we find," Luke Holton says.
Alaska State Troopers decided to end the search Thursday afternoon around 4 p.m. since no new leads had been found since discovering Buis' vehicle on May 24.
“Despite the best efforts of searchers, no new leads have been found since discovering Buis' vehicle on May 24, 2014.”
A Juneau Mountain Rescue member is onboard directing the search and thermal imaging devices are being used.
The scent of Sharon Buis was first detected on the trail above Mt. Roberts Tram Sunday. Tuesday morning, a different search and rescue dog detected her scent closer to the Mt. Roberts trailhead
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