Alaska man still missing more than a month after his disappearance

It's been over a month since an Alaskan man was reported missing south of Iskut -- and there's still no sign of Anthony Adevai.

The 70-year-old man had been driving back to his home in Alaska, after attending his brother's funeral in Oregon.

He was last seen on November 28th when he spoke with a snowplow driver on Highway 37 near Kinaskan Lake.

The next day, his pickup truck was found abandoned in that area.

RCMP Corporal Madonna Saunderson says searches of the area turned up nothing, but they're not giving up.

"Dease Lake RCMP are actively investigating this; at this point there are no boots on the ground physically searching, however any and all tips that are called into the police are certainly followed up, and at this point Mr. Adevai is still missing and we don't have any information as to where he may be." said Saunderson. 

Adevai, who suffers from diabetes and Alzheimer's Disease, is about six feet tall, weighs 190 pounds and has grey hair and beard.