PORTER, Minn. (AP) - Searchers plan to continue looking for a southwest Minnesota man who went missing more than seven years ago.

On Saturday, teams will focus on farm fields northwest of Porter in an area where they haven't been able to search for Brandon Swanson for several years due to harvest schedules and bad weather.

The 19-year-old disappeared May 14, 2008, after his car went into a ditch while driving from Canby to his home in Marshall.

Ken Anderson of Emergency Support Services is spearheading the search for Swanson this weekend.

He says that teams will focus on the area near Porter because that's where search dogs are still picking up the scent of human remains.