Rescue crews are back out searching for a man missing in the Cumberland Falls area. So far the man has been missing for more than 24 hours.
Police say Norman Harp was hunting with a friend in Whitley County, when the two got separated. They began that trip more than 36 hours ago, and planned on being out for only 4 or 5 hours.
Family members are very concerned because they say Harp suffers from diabetes and must monitor his blood sugar with insulin and food. Rescue crews have found a few candy bar wrappers in the woods, but family members say they don't think he has any insulin shots with him.
Rescue crews have been searching on foot, but called off the search Sunday night, because of dropping temperatures. They resumed the search at eight Monday morning.