By Nick Valencia
NEW ORLEANS (CNN) - The search for a missing New Orleans teacher continues. Terrilynn Monette was last seen on March 2 at a bar in New Orleans.
Police have released no new information in the investigation of Terrilynn, but there was a new development Wednesday morning: EquuSearch, the Houston based search and rescue team say they showed up Wednesday on the behalf of the local police who called them to help comb the waterways and lagoons in the city park area.
Now, local police tell CNN they believe they have determined the likely path that Terrilynn took home from the bar March 2.
Some of the resources being used are a big boat with sonar to explore the waterways. So far, their search has come up empty.
Earlier on Wednesday CNN spoke to Director Tim Miller of EquuSearch, who says this is a very personal mission for him. In 1986 his daughter went missing and was later found dead. He says he understands the similar situation that the family of Terrilynn is going through now.
"We're here with you, I've been there before my own self and know what this family's going through. When I hear her momma on TV yesterday crying how can you help not to help," said Tim Miller, Director of Texas EquuSearch.
EquuSearch showed up with four people, adding to the already dozens of resources used by local police, state police, and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Department. Other agencies are helping as well.