It's been nearly two weeks since two men from Okmulgee disappeared during a trip to Rocklahoma.
Earlier this week a drone was used to help with the search, and Thursday the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office added another tool.
Since May 22, 20-year-olds Cody Parrick and Ben Baber have been missing.
Law enforcement has been searching a three-county area between the Rocklahoma grounds in Pryor all the way to Okmulgee where the two friends live.
Thursday, the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office used dogs to search parts of the county. It's just one of the ways law enforcement looked for the two.
A volunteer drone operator from Arkansas has also been helping Cody's family get an aerial view of flood waters along Highway 69 in Wagoner County.
So far, there has been no sign of either man.
Mayes County Sheriff's deputies are also using Pings from the two men's cellphones to triangulate an area that they may have disappeared in.
So far, they said they don't suspect foul play.
The boys were last seen driving a silver Pontiac minivan with the Muscogee Creek Nation tag B8E23.