Twentieth Century Fox distribution executive and father of three Gavin Smith mysteriously
The 57-year-old, a former UCLA basketball player who works out of a Calabasas office, hasn't been since the evening hours of May 1, when he left a friend's Oak Park home in a black Mercedes.
Smith's family knew something was wrong when he did not pick up one of his son's from school the following day.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has intensified its search in the past week and a half. Authorities say there still is no suspicion of foul play.
"It's an adult missing-persons case, not a homicide," Sheriff's Lt. Wes Sutton told the Los Angeles Times. "At this point, there's nothing criminal [related] to his disappearance."
He told the Times that tips keep coming in, but detectives still don't have a clear picture of what happened on the night of Smith's disappearance.
Smith's family recently stated that he was staying with a friend a home in Oak Park, but declined to say why.
According to the Times, son Evan Smith tweeted on April 14 that his father had left the family's West Hills home.
"Thoughts and prayers out to my amazing Mom and bros plz," wrote the younger smith. "My dad decided to leave the family last nite. Real family sticks together."
That tweet has since been deleted and Evan Smith went on to say his parents were not separated.
"They were just going through normal stuff couples go through," he told E! News.
To read the full L.A. Times story, click here.
Gavin Smith is 6 feet 6, weighs 210 pounds and has a goatee and gray hair with blonde streaks. The license plate number for his black 2000 Mercedes 420-E is 6EKT044.
Anyone with information is asked to call 323-890-5500.