``SOMEBODY must know something,'' Mount Isa Police Inspector Trevor Kidd said yesterday about the search for teenager Kyle Coleman.
Inspector Kidd said police had no new leads and were desperate for new information.
``The message we're trying to get across is here's two young men - they've got lots of friends around the place, and somebody has information, but for some reason they're not coming forward,'' he said.
Inspector Kidd said police would investigate any new leads and renew search efforts if they were given information that led them to another location.
He said community members continued to search for Kyle and police encouraged that, but they wanted to ensure that the searches were conducted in a safe manner.
``The family is continuing to search. People can do that but we want them to make sure they're doing it safely.''
Inspector Kidd said police continued to work closely with the family of the 17-year-old.
``The bottom line is we want to locate this kid,'' he said.
Inspector Kidd said police had confirmed that Kyle had been at the Mount Isa truckport on Friday, February 21, and Undilla station later that day.
He said police had not recovered Kyle's swag or backpack, and he encouraged people to be on the lookout for any items that were out of place.
Anyone with information about Kyle's disappearance is urged to phone 1800 333 000.