Police are continuing to investigate tips from the public as they search for a man reported missing from Lake Albert.
Michael Ellis had not been heard from or seen in days when Riverina Police District put the call out on Saturday for help from the community.
The 57-year-old was last seen leaving a home on Silverwood Drive about 6pm on Thursday, police said.
Mr Ellis was reported missing when he could not be located or contacted, and police an his family hold concerns for his welfare as he has medical conditions that require medication.
Investigations into his whereabouts led to the call for help from the public, with police releasing a description of Mr Ellis and a vehicle he may be travelling in.
Those in the Wagga area received text messages from the NSW Police geo-targeting SMS system on Saturday morning as investigators ramp up the search for the missing man.
Mr Ellis remained unaccounted for on Sunday afternoon, a spokesperson for NSW Police said.
"Police are continuing to make extensive inquiries across a large area and have received some information from the public, however no confirmed sightings at this time," they said.
Mr Ellis may be driving a silver Ford ute with NSW registration plates CB41XA and is known to visit the Wagga, Coolamon and The Rock areas.
He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 175-180cm tall, of a medium build, with grey hair, brown eyes and a beard.
It is understood the vehicle is not currently fitted with the canopy as shown in an image released by police.
Anyone with information into his whereabouts is urged to contact local Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.