It is now over one week since Sigrid Giskegjerde Schjetne's disappearance. The police have not released any new information.
Civilian volunteers will meet at 17.30 at Østensjø school in Oslo, Monday, but it has not yet been confirmed where they will search.
Whilst the details are posted on the Facebook page "Finn Sigrid Schjetne i god behold", the page has been amended so that no information about the search is posted before the meetings at the school.
"We will be slightly changing our Facebook strategy, as there is a concern that people who shouldn't be following our search, are doing so," said Trond Nyhus, one of the coordinators.
Up to 400 civilian volunteers hunting for the missing 16-year-old met at 12 noon on both Saturday and Sunday near the area Svartskog area (the Black forest) in eastern Norway’s Oppegård municipality, and in Bunnefjorden (part of the Oslo fjord near Nesodden municipality, county of Akershus).
"We'll keep searching until we find something”, said Geir Strand, the family’s spokesperson, “and we are of course hoping for the best."
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